Today the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development published research on the pay of FTSE 100 CEOs. Over the last 12 months it’s risen by 11 per cent, while that for full-time workers has increased by 2 per cent - and less than inflation, where July data is out this morning. The median annual take-home pay for the top echelon is today £3.9 million; the mean pay is £5.7 million as a few seriously fat cats skew the data.
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