FTSE 100 bosses unsure how to spend their money for the rest of the year

FTSE 100 bosses unsure how to spend their money for the rest of the year

  FTSE 100 bosses are unsure of how to spend their money for the rest of the year the Adam Smith Institute has revealed.   As a result of earning the average UK worker’s annual salary of £28,758 in just 32 hours, top Chief Executives face the unenviable prospect of having to endure the rest…

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FTSE 100 CEOs have to work a full 160 minutes to earn the average worker salary

FTSE 100 CEOs have to work a full 160 minutes to earn the average worker salary

  FTSE 100 CEOs have expressed shock and dismay upon finding out they have to work a whole 160 minutes to earn the average worker’s salary.   The Office for National Statistics says that average annual earnings for full-time employees in the year to April 2016 was £28,000 meaning the bosses of Britain’s top stock…

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FTSE 100 CEOs to do a bush tucker trial before receiving their annual bonus

FTSE 100 CEOs to do a bush tucker trial before receiving their annual bonus

  Company boards should justify hefty Chief Executive pay rises by forcing bosses to do a bush tucker trial in front of staff at the annual Christmas party according to business experts.   The continuing increases in pay for top executives despite often lacklustre performance has incited calls for a rethink in the way senior…

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