Janus Henderson raises pay across entire company

5% one-time increase

James Baxter-Derrington
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The executive committee is not included

The executive committee is not included

Janus Henderson Investors has enacted a one-time salary increase across its staff, Investment Week can reveal.

In recognition of the commitment and work of its employees the firm has provided all its employees a 5% one-time salary increase Capped at $10,000, the increase will not include members of the executive committee. 18% increase in shareholder pay opposition - reports The pay rise was announced internally during August, in alignment with the firm's "ongoing commitment of investing in [its] people". A spokesperson for Janus Henderson said: "In recognition of the hard work of our employees and in alignment with our ongoing commitment of investing in our people, we announced in Augus...

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