1. U.S. CEOs Earn 140 Times More Than the Typical Worker

    U.S. CEOs Earn 140 Times More Than the Typical Worker

    A group of U.S. chief executive officers earned 140 times more last year than the median workers at their companies, according to a survey that gives a first glimpse of newly required pay ratio disclosures...

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    1. Since half of a company's employees are being paid less than the median, a big concern is that internal conversations at the water cooler will lead to a decrease in morale across the business.
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