Business and Economy
One in Four Trapped in Low Pay Jobs - Equality Trust Response to New Social Mobility Commission Research
The Equality Trust has responded to new research published today by the Social Mobility Commission which found a quarter of low paid workers are permanently stuck in poorly paid jobs. Dr.
The Equality Trust has responded to today's Housing White Paper from the Government. Dr. Wanda Wyporska, Executive Director of The Equality Trust, said:
Theresa May MP, the presumed future Prime Minister after Andrea Leadsom's withdrawal from the Conservative leadership race, has promised to ensure that workers are represented on company boards and that shareholders get a binding vote on corporate pay.
Responding to today's publication of FTSE 100 CEO pay by the High Pay Centre, Dr. Wanda Wyporska, Executive Director of The Equality Trust, said:
In advance of the Government's imminent Green Paper on corporate governance and executive pay, Dr. Wanda Wyporska, Executive Director of The Equality Trust has responded to planned proposals trailed in today's press. Dr.
The Chancellor, today, delivered a budget which unveiled some targeted spending and reforms addressing the immediate pressing issues of the NHS, Universal Credit and housing. Any good news, however, was rather overshadowed by the bad news on productivity and economic growth.
The Equality Trust has today responded to the Government’s Corporate Governance reform Green Paper. Dr Wanda Wyporska, Executive Director of The Equality Trust, said:
The World Bank has said its goal of eliminating extreme poverty by 2030 cannot be achieved without reductions in within-country inequalities.
The Equality Trust has responded to speculation that the Government is set to introduce requirements for top companies to publish, and explain, the pay ratio between their CEO and average worker. Dr. Wanda Wyporska, Executive Director of The Equality Trust, said:
It's Fat Cat Wednesday! FTSE bosses have already earned the average yearly wage just a couple of days into the new year
We appeared in the Daily Mail discussing absurdly high executive pay and the so called 'Fat Cat Wednesday'