Fair pay report calls for limits on top earnings

Stevens, Michelle
December 2010
People Management;12/9/2010, p6
The article focuses on a strong case in the British public sector for a maximum pay multiple between the top staff in an organisation and those at the bottom, based on an interim report into fair pay written by Will Hutton.


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