Overcompensated: CEO Pay Rates Show Growing Inequality in Canada By 1:18pm on January 2, the first official working day of the year, Canada’s top 100 CEOs will have already pocketed $45,448 – the income that it takes the average Canadian an entire year of full-time work to earn.
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives has produced a fact sheet, Overcompensating: Executive Pay in Canada, highlights some key numbers around executive pay in Canada and also includes a list of Canada’s highest paid 100 CEOs. http://www.policyalternatives.ca/publications/commentary/overcompensating
You can also visit their pay clock, The Clash . . . → Read More: Larry Hubich’s Blog: PayWatch: The Clash for Cash
“Rio Tinto and Caterpillar Electro Motive are newly minted Canadian corporate citizens who have locked their workers out to freeze and starve. These corporate muggers were allowed into Canada and encouraged in their anti Canadianism by the Harper Junta. It’s going to be a cold winter and a hot summer in Canada…”
Check out the newest SFL Labour Issues Campaign Booklet on the economy and the environment. (pdf): We have a choice . . . → Read More: Larry Hubich’s Blog: We have a choice – SFL Issues Campaign
News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Saskatchewan People Set to Celebrate Labour Day On Monday, September 5th, people across Saskatchewan, of many backgrounds and traditions, spanning several generations, and representing a variety of occupations and … . . . → Read More: Larry Hubich’s Blog: Saskatchewan People Set to Celebrate Labour Day – 2011
CAW Economist Jim Stanford exposes the Big Conservative/Corporate Lie. The truth and the facts are that corporate tax cuts do not stimulate the economy and do not generate jobs and investment. Corporate tax cuts economically ineffective National O… . . . → Read More: Larry Hubich’s Blog: Having Their Cake and Eating It Too: Stanford – CCPA
Global financial crisis/recovery: What does it mean for Saskatchewan? – by Dr. Simon Enoch, Director of the Saskatchewan office of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. These remarks were delivered to the Saskatchewan CED and Co-operatives Conf… . . . → Read More: Larry Hubich’s Blog: Global financial crisis/recovery: What does it mean for Saskatchewan?
Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan . . . → Read More: Larry Hubich’s Blog: Double standard rampant in Saskatchewan
Reproduced below is a 2011 Saskatchewan Budget Response by Dr. Simon Enoch, CCPA Saskatchewan: The “Other Saskatchewan” A Budget Response by CCPA Saskatchewan by Simon Enoch March 24, 2011 If yesterday’s budget was designed to give somethin… . . . → Read More: Larry Hubich’s Blog: The "Other Saskatchewan" – CCPA