Bosses' pay grows

July 1998
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Jul/Aug98, Issue 10, p5
Academic Journal
Reports on the average wage payments for executives in January 1998. Percentage rate increases on salaries of managers; Effect of inflation on executive payments; Significance of the 1998 National Management Salary Survey published by the Institute of Management and Remuneration Economics.


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