Justifying 'fat cat' pay

Partner Keely Rushmore explains what pay ratio reporting means for your firm in this article in HR Grapevine

Keely Rushmore, Partner at SA Law discusses what implications the pay ratio reporting could have for employers. Subject to approval, directors of companies of more than 250 employees will be required to publish their ratio. 

Can you justify how much your CEO earns? Within the next two years, you might have to.

To read the full article at HR Grapevine, click here (pg16-17).

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