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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-13588114

There is a weakening link between the total pay increases that top UK chief executives receive, and the performance of their firms, a report has claimed.

The study found that while the average remuneration of bosses of companies on the FTSE 100 index rose 32% last year, the index itself increased just 9%.

Report co-author, business consultancy MM&K, said remuneration committees were struggling to stay independent.

It added that pay deals for bosses were too short-term focused.

The report also found that over the past 12 years, some share prices had not increased, but pay deals for chief executives had quadrupled.

Of course luckily profits/productivity has exploded across the UK in the past year. There has clearly been a 32% increase in these areas it's not like the lite are troughers lining their own pockets.

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The report also found that over the past 12 years, some share prices had not increased, but pay deals for chief executives had quadrupled.

I think I read a study somewhere that showed an inverse correlation between exec pay and company performance.Short term troughers are bad for shareholders' health.

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I think I read a study somewhere that showed an inverse correlation between exec pay and company performance.Short term troughers are bad for shareholders' health.

You dont really need to read that, look at the markets - inflation

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since 1993, equities have gone nowhere fortunately CEO pay decided by Pension Fund managers with no skin in the game has kept broadly almost nearly in line

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The top 1% have never had it so good and they are all in it together--in the trough that is.

The populace at large are funding the lifestyles of the rich and infamous that includes the usual list of rogues: banksters, MPs, local council workers, top civil servants, City Lawyers, Vets and an assorted list of other conartistes, cutpurses and scammers.

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The top 1% have never had it so good and they are all in it together--in the trough that is.

The populace at large are funding the lifestyles of the rich and infamous that includes the usual list of rogues: banksters, MPs, local council workers, top civil servants, City Lawyers, Vets and an assorted list of other conartistes, cutpurses and scammers.

You forgot footballers and BTL landlords.

But why vets? (but not doctors or dentists)

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Of course luckily profits/productivity has exploded across the UK in the past year. There has clearly been a 32% increase in these areas it's not like the lite are troughers lining their own pockets.

It leaves a very bitter taste.

What can you do? The shareholders are the ones losing out and they seem not to care one jot.

We need more Guy Jubbs in this world Linky

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You forgot footballers and BTL landlords.

But why vets? (but not doctors or dentists)

Vets? I live in an area whwere lots of older people have pets to help with loneliness. Story after story of £5k for leg operations and £100 for antibiotics etc. So called Pet "insurance" is much like PPI--might cover one claim but becomes void the moment you put in a claim--therafter premiums skyrocket.

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Still they think that workers will accept a wage freeze because it's in the national interest?

This is going to be a re-run of the 1970s. with strikes, inflation and power cuts.

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Top UK bosses 'see their pay increase by 32%'

Yeah they "see" their pay increase by 32%. As if the "top UK bosses" just observed "their pay increasing by 32%" :lol: .

BBC word spin - as if the the "top UK bosses" didn't just vote it all in for themselves.

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