No CEO Should Earn 1,000 Times More Than a Regular Employee

For the first time ever, US corporations have begun reporting pay ratio data. And a movement is building to crack down on companies that don’t share the wealth

The Guardian
Mar 20, 2018 · 4 min read
‘The new ratios offer a benchmark for corporate greed that exposes exactly which firms are sharing the wealth their employees create and which aren’t.’ Photo: KeystoneUSA-Zum/Rex Shutterstock

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