Chief executives in America receive more pay relative to workers on the factory floor than any other country.
A survey of Standard & Poors 500 leading companies found that on average, American bosses take home pay packets that are 475 times more than their workers.
The study, conducted by international consultant Towers Perrin, found that European bosses take only 11 to 24 times as much as their lowest paid workers
New Zealand bosses take home around 13 to 14 times more than their workers while if you’re CEO in Australia you’ll take home around 22 times more than the same group of workers.
These figures take into account incentive packages composed of shares and share options.
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