The ongoing protest against executive bonuses has developed once again as Crossrail Chief Executive Mark Wild has conceded that, due to external pressure around the sums paid to his predecessors, he would ‘do this job without a bonus’ – as reported by the New Civil Engineer.
Wild – who last year took home a total bonus pay of over £400,000 last year according to a financial review report by Transport for London – commented that receiving a bonus on top of his annual salary wasn’t essential after the Public Accounts Committee Chair Meg Hillier publicly denounced the £2.1million worth of additional payments of former Crossrail Chief Executives.
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