Companies will have to reveal the pay ratio between their chief executives and the average employee, under a package of government reforms to be announced on Tuesday.
A series of new corporate governance laws, which are due to come into effect by June 2018, are set to force some 900 publicly listed companies to reveal the pay ratio between bosses and workers. The...
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