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Fair pay review in public sector

2nd December 2010

An interim report by the Fair Pay Review into the public sector has suggested top executives should no longer be paid more than 20 times the wages of other staff.

It said there was a case for a “maximum pay multiple” aimed at keeping the earnings of senior staff bound to what their employers received. The review, headed by Will Hutton, executive vice-chairman of the Work Foundation, found that executive pay had been rising faster than medium and low earners.

 

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Article Information

Title: Fair pay review in public sector
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 16899
Date Added: 2nd Dec 2010

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