Executive pay | Now the pay gap between bosses and employees is wider than ever

Now the pay gap between bosses and employees is wider than ever

The gap between the earnings of top bosses and employees has always been a widely reported on topic in the world of work.

There have been times where the gap has narrowed, such as in 2021 for example. Previous research from The High Pay Centre – and reported on by the Financial Times – found that the gap between chief executives' pay and the UK average earnings narrowed due to scrapped bonuses and heavier scrutiny on leaders’ finances.

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