Showing items tagged with 'executive pay'
4 January 2019: On 4 January, the UK’s top bosses made more than a typical full-time worker can earn in the entire year, according to calculations from independent think tank, the High Pay Centre, and the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development.
15 August 2018: The Financial Times chapel has called for greater clarity on the CEO's offer, asking if it will address the gender pay gap and low pay in parts of the organisation.
5 March 2018: The newspaper group also announced it will be changing its name to Reach.
11 August 2017: The latest results show Gannett UK made £44.81m profit after tax in 2016.
20 July 2017: The BBC must take immediate action to tackle what the union describes as “systemic inequality throughout the organisation”.
Newsquest boss pockets £1.5m as staff denied an across-the-board pay rise for the tenth year running
17 January 2017: Newsquest chief executive Henry Faure Walker collected a pay package worth up to a maximum of £1.5 million – the equivalent to hiring 75 newly qualified journalists.
14 October 2015: The newspaper group's accounts show it made £60 million, pre-tax, while saving £5m by sacking 228 staff and paying many below a living wage.
1 October 2014: Paul Davidson signed off his final year with a 9.5 per cent pay rise, while his staff's wages went down by almost £5 million.
10 June 2014: A ballot for action over pay called by members who want an end to excessive executive salaries and a radical reform of the BBC's structures.
15 May 2014: Following BBC pay talks with the director general Tony Hall the NUJ has condemned the offer tabled as completely unacceptable.