Some top executives earn more than £1,000 an hour and will have made more money by the first Wednesday of 2017 than a typical UK worker earns all year, according to claims from the High Pay Centre.
The Government has launched a consultation into improving corporate governance, focusing on executive pay, strengthening shareholder influence and employee representation at board level, and raising minimum standards and reporting for large privately-held businesses.
The Government has launched a consultation on measures that could force companies to reveal the gap in earnings between their CEO and the average employee.
The Business, Innovation, and Skills Committee has launched an inquiry into corporate governance, focusing on executive pay, directors' duties and the composition of boardrooms.
Additional information on pay and the employment contract for local authority employers, including pay rates; pay policy statements under the Localism Act 2011; employees whose remuneration is above £50,000; and publishing salary data under the Local government transparency code 2015.
The Government consults on draft Regulations that set out the proposed content of directors' remuneration reports.
The Government consults on giving shareholders an annual binding vote on their company's remuneration policy and a binding vote on exit payments worth more than one year's base salary.
The Government consults on proposals to require banks that have assets exceeding £50 billion to disclose the pay of their eight highest-paid non-board executives.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to executive and boardroom pay.