Thursday, 3 January 2013

PayWatch: The Clash for Cash

 

Overcompensated: CEO Pay Rates Show Growing Inequality in Canada


By 1:18pm on January 2, the first official working day of the year, Canada’s top 100 CEOs will have already pocketed $45,448 - the income that it takes the average Canadian an entire year of full-time work to earn.

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives has produced a fact sheet, Overcompensating: Executive Pay in Canada, highlights some key numbers around executive pay in Canada and also includes a list of Canada's highest paid 100 CEOs.
http://www.policyalternatives.ca/publications/commentary/overcompensating

You can also visit their pay clock, The Clash for the Cash: CEO vs. Average Joe, to find out just how much the average worker and top CEO have earned so far.
http://policyalternatives.ca/ceo/

2 comments:

Brendan Kenny said...

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