BEIS Select Committee inquiry on executive pay: High Pay Centre response

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High Pay Centre
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High Pay Centre
Date of publication
1 May 2018
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Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business, People management: all aspects of managing people
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Business and management
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Reports

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This is the High Pay Centre’s response to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Select Committee's Inquiry on Executive Pay.

The response highlights the lack of progress made in relation to recommendations made in the Committee's 2017 report.

It also argues that remuneration committees and institutional investors are failing to hold companies to account over their pay practices, and recommends greater say for workers in the pay-setting process.

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