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Commenting on Lloyds’ annual report published today (Thursday), in which the bank announced that its chief executive is to take his full bonus – despite the bank barely being back in profit and setting aside another £1.8bn for compensation as a result of its role in the PPI mis-selling scandal...
13 February 2014
Commenting on Barclays’ end of year results published today (Tuesday), TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said:
11 February 2014
The financial sector has paid out twice as much in bonuses since the crash than it has paid in corporation tax, the TUC says today (Tuesday) as Barclays announces its bonus pool for 2013/14.
11 February 2014
A survey of the voting and engagement records and processes of institutional investors.
25 November 2013
Investors took a tougher stance over executive pay last year, with shareholders more likely to vote against pay reports at company AGMs and less likely to abstain when remuneration was being discussed, according to the latest TUC fund manager survey published today (Monday).
25 November 2013
Commenting on the latest FTSE 100 director’s pay trends published today (Monday) by Income Data Services – which show that median total earnings of FTSE 100 directors increased by 14 per cent last year – TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady said:
18 November 2013
This paper explores the issue of workers’ voice within corporate governance.
22 October 2013
There is increased interest across the political spectrum and within the trade union movement in exploring options for workers’ voice in corporate governance and worker representation on company boards. The TUC is publishing this report written for us by Aline Conchon of the ETUI as a contribution to that debate...
22 October 2013
Allowing workers to sit on company boards would not only mean top executives’ pay was set at more reasonable levels, but would also encourage the long-term success of individual firms, as both employees and directors worked together in the best interests of company performance, according to two reports published today...
22 October 2013
The government's shares for rights scheme, which takes effect from today (Sunday), will strip staff of basic employment rights and could cost taxpayers £1bn, the TUC warns.
01 September 2013

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