The government is set to propose legislation that forces the UK's largest firms to reveal pay ratios between chief executive and average worker's salaries and the impact of future share price increases on executive pay.
Expected to come in May, Prime Minister Theresa May first proposed the law in August last year following research finding the ratio between FTSE 100 CEOs and their average employee pay was 129:1 in 2017,...
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