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Description: The gap in pay between CEOs and the average Canadian worker is bigger than ever. A new study by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA) has found Canada’s 100 highest paid chief executives made 227 times more than the average worker in 2018, up from the previous year when CEOs made 197 times more than the average worker.

Source: – video report

Date: Jan 03, 2020


Questions for discussion:

  • What are the managerial issues related to top executive pay differences compared to average employees?
  • How can this issue be addressed so that overall company performance is not mitigated?