Labour and unions say plans in wake of shareholder revolts fail to tackle ‘entrenched inequality’

The country’s biggest public businesses will have to publish the gap between the pay of their chief executive and an average worker, according to rules to be unveiled in parliament on Monday.

Greg Clark, the business secretary, said directors of all companies with more than 250 employees would be required to disclose and explain this difference, known as the “pay ratio”.

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