hat’s the price of a life?
The remuneration committees of some of Britain’s biggest companies have come up with a number. It’s £33,628. So, yes, their thinking on this issue is about as attractive as a hail storm in the middle of an August bank holiday.
That awful figure represents the average loss of earnings suffered by the highest-paid director at a basket of FTSE 350 companies considered by Pirc, an adviser which helps investors with their AGM voting decisions.
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