From supermarket group Morrisons to mining giant Rio Tinto, investors have voted against boardroom payouts in the pandemic
The personal and financial sacrifices of many during the pandemic have cast a harsh light on executive pay excesses. Shareholders have delivered stinging rebukes to some of the UK’s best-known companies for failing to match the national mood.
The High Pay Centre, a campaign group, thinks big pay packets in the time of coronavirus could result in political pressure to give worker representatives a say on bosses’ pay.
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