P204 CEE AX 2 2p) Tue 0 Har p:11/01   3C L    £    ICH's two most senior directors got lower pAy pAcSa'ec in 199m as tPe group —l@ure— a toagh trA@ilg year. A collapse in polyester, titanium eiOxi—— and chlorA.e prices hit ICH. (ied —xecutive C@arles MiHler SEit@ was t@e hig@est paid director with a total pac+age worth £516,000 — £84,000 Hess t@aN il 189!\ Chairman Sir Ronald Hampel recaived py(ppp@aFailrt £8&£,ppp — tPe 199! pay out was swOHlel by a £425,000 o.e-off lonF-term perforEance bonus. 1/2 Headlines 200 Commodities 246 Satingr 250 Frolt paFe 000 Next News News @ead Exchanges Main Me.u
P204 CEEFAX 2 2p4 Tue p4 Mar 2p:00/00        TOP PAY DOWN AT ICI AFTER TOUGH YEAR ICI's two Host senior directors got lower pay pacCages in 1994 as t@e group endure— a tough trading year. A collapse in polyester, titanium dioxide and chlorine prices hit ICI. Chief executive Charles Miller Smith was the highest paid director@with a total package worth £516,000 — £84,000 less than in 1995. Chairman Sir Ronald Hampel received £209,000 against £863,000 — the 1995 pay-out was swollen by a £425,000 one-off long-term performance bonus. 1/2 Savings 250 Front page 1p0 Next News News Head Exchanges Main Menu
P204 CEEFAX 2 2p4 Tue p4 Mar 2p:00/51      ] TOP PAY DOWN AT ICI AFTER TOUGH YEAR ICI's two most senior directors got lower pay packages in 1996 as tPe group endured a tough trading year. A collapse in polyester, titanium eioxide and chlorine prices hit ICI. Chief executive Charles Miller Smith was tPe hig@est paid director@with a total package worth £516,000 — £84,000 less t@an in 199k. Chairman Sir Ronald Hampel received £209,p00 against £863,000 — the 1995 pay-out was swollen by a £425,000 one-off long-term performance bonus. 1/2 Headlines 200 Commodities 246 Savings 250 Front page 100 Next News News Head Exchanges Main Menu
P204 CEEFAX 2 2p) Tue p4 Mar 2p:04/00       REPORT RE.EALS "BREADLINE" WAGE EARNERS A quarter of workers are earning less than £4 an hour, according to a report by the TUC on wage "exploitation". It says wPile more tPan five million are in tPat category, over a million of tPem are on less tPan £2.50 an hour. The TUC says some of tPe lowest paid also have the worst employment conditions, with no extra money for taking on more responsibility. The congress is urging workers to ask parliamentary candidates whether they support a national minimum wage. 2/2 Headlines 200 Commodities 246 Savings 250 Front page 100 Next News News Head Exchanges Main Menu
P204 CE AX 2 0p Tu— p MAr p:02/00 C  @ $kj $kj '+ @   REPORT REVEALS "BREADLINE" WAGE EARNERS A quarter of workers are ear.ing less tPAN £4 aN @our accor@inf to a report by t@— TUC on wage "exploitation". are in t@at category, over a million of tPem are On lesr tPan £2 k0 an hour, T@e TU says soE— of t@e lowest paid also have the worst employEent conditions, with no extra money for taking on more responsibility. The congress is ur'ing workers to ask parliamentary candidates whether they support a national minimum wage. 2/2 Headlines 200 Commodities 246 Savings 250 Front page 100 NExt News News @ea@ Exc@an'es IAil Henu
P204 CEEFAX 2 204 Tue 04 Mar 2p:00/40        REPORT RE EALS "BREADLINE" WAGE EARNERS A quarter of workers are earning less tPan £4 an hour, according to a report by the TUC on wage "exploitation". It says wPile more tPan five million are in that category, over a million of tPem are on less t@an £2.50 an hour. The TUC says some of the lowest paid also @ave t@e worst employment conditions, with no extra money for taCing on more responsibility. The congress is ur'ing workers to ask parliamentary candidates whether they support a national Minimum wage. 2/2 Savings 25p Front page 1p0 Next News News Head Exchanges Main Menu