(REUTERS) - A new report has revealed that FTSE 100 chief executives are paid 183 times more than full-time workers, earning an average salary of nearly £5 million (S$11 million) a year. The research has prompted calls for further reform of executive pay.
PublishedAug 18, 2015, 11:17 pm SGT
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