While pay is largely market-led, the top and the bottom of the labour market are the focus of government policy, and therefore of CBI policy work
Ensuring executive pay is squarely lniked to performance
National Minimum Wage
The CBI supports the National Minimum Wage
CBI/Pertemps Labour Market August Update
The labour market continues to strengthen but wage growth weakens further
CBI comments on Labour’s national minimum wage proposals
The CBI commented on Labour’s proposals for the national minimum wage
CBI comments on new National Minimum Wage rates
New National Minimum Wage rates strike a careful balance given tough economic headwinds, says CBI - but need careful monitoring to make sure they do not outstrip pay across rest of economy.
CBI responds to EU bank bonus cap proposals
The CBI responded to proposals from EU Finance Ministers for the introduction of a fixed cap on bank remuneration, under the Capital Requirements Directive IV (CRD IV)
CBI responds to EU recommendations on pay ratios for banks
The CBI responded to European Union recommendations to introduce fixed-to-variable pay ratios for banks
Europe discussions on bonuses 'worrying'
The CBI responded to discussions between the European Council and Parliament around the introduction of a new fixed bonus structure for financial services companies under the Capital Requirements Directive IV (CRD IV)
A one-size policy on pay won’t suit all firms equally, writes Matthew Fell in City AM
Kay Review was right to tackle short-termism - but it is for individual companies to decide their own pay strategy, writes the CBI's director for competitive markets
CBI responds to Government plans on executive pay
The CBI responded to the Secretary of State for Business Dr Cable’s announcement on plans to reform executive pay and introduce binding shareholder votes.
CBI writes to FRC on shareholder pay votes
‘Supermajority’ approach is inappropriate, business group tells Financial Reporting Council
Katja Hall on what the Queen’s Speech means for business
The CBI’s chief policy director explains that ‘the jury’s out’ on the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill – and adds that the government should be wary of turning shareholders into micro-managers