BOSSES during Britain’s biggest firms still acquire 117 times some-more than a standard workman — notwithstanding a 13 per cent fall.
Chief executives during FTSE 100 firms trousered an normal £3.46million in 2018, down from £3.97million a year before.
The normal workman warranted £29,574, pronounced a High Pay Centre and Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
It would take a FTSE organisation arch only 3 days to acquire a same amount.
Of a 100 bosses, 43 saw their income increase.
The investigate found 64 per cent of workers determine that CEO compensate is too high.
TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said: “This intolerable compensate opening won’t change but vital reform.
“We need new manners to give workers seats on executive compensate committees.
“This would assistance move some much-needed common clarity and integrity to boardroom pay.”
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