How much is too much?

Bérubé, Gérard
April 2006
CA Magazine;Apr2006, Vol. 139 Issue 3, p8
Trade Publication
The article offers information on different salary schemes adopted by companies in Canada. After several news outburst on financial scandals in different organizations, the employees' compensation has dropped significantly which aided in the broadening gap between executive salaries and the compensation of its employees. According to the survey, 90 percent of the respondents believed that executives are paid excessively and only 23 percent of them considered the effectivity of the administrators in their job.


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