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Unite research reveals how public servants have lost thousands, while FTSE directors' pay goes into orbit
Research conducted by Unite reveals that nurses have received a £2,000 real terms pay cut over the last two years and social workers have lost more than £3,000, as a report reveals how FTSE 100 directors' pay has risen by 49 per cent in just one year.
The ABI's Institutional Voting Information Service (IVIS) review, published today, shows that serious breaches in governance led to a much higher vote against companies in 2009, than even 12 months ago.
Lord Sugar says 'I have never come across an engineer who can turn his hand to business...' He clearly doesn't get out enough to meet the wide variety of successful engineering businessmen. Engineers and technologists in most years form around 15% of FTSE 100 companies’ directors.
In his inaugural speech as President of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT), Glyn Fullelove will today say that high professional standards has the potential to be one of the strongest positive messages in the CTA (Chartered Tax Adviser) brand. He will say there is no place for any tax advisers who promote avoidance schemes in the CIOT.