Culture | CEOs 'overwhelmingly' incentivised to put finances first

CEOs 'overwhelmingly' incentivised to put finances first

Although businesses often claim that people are their most important asset, a new joint study by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and the think-tank High Pay Centre has suggested otherwise.

According to the study, those heading Britain’s biggest companies have a greater incentive to hit financial goals rather than to meet targets linked to employee matters. 

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