Is your company taking steps to close the pay gap between workers and CEOs?
By Alison Brody | Nov. 29, 2010 | 2 Submissions
Is your company taking steps to close the pay gap between workers and CEOs?Buried in the Financial Reform Bill is a provision that forces public companies to report average worker pay compared to CEO pay. Given that the average CEO makes $275 for every dollar paid to a worker, these numbers might make some people pretty angry.
Today, however, we're not looking for stories of egregious pay discrepancies, as there are plenty of those floating around. Today we'd like to hear about companies who are making efforts to shrink the CEO-worker pay gap.
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