Our report, The power and pitfalls of executive reward: A behavioural perspective, addresses executive rewards in the UK and beyond and explores to what extent current reward structures encourage the right kinds of chief executive characteristics.

The findings reveal that the gap between CEO pay and other employees’ pay continues to increase; even during times of economic recession and that CEO reward practice has reached a crisis point.

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