High Pay Centre
Rachel is a Researcher at the High Pay Centre, an independent think tank campaigning for more responsible business with a focus on executive pay and intra-company inequality. The High Pay Centre aims to influence both business practice and policy-making in these areas. Rachel has recently written research reports on the new pay ratio disclosures for UK companies and on the use of employee metrics in performance-related executive pay.
She has a long-standing interest in work and pay: prior to joining the High Pay Centre, she was a researcher in Lord Robert Skidelsky’s parliamentary office, where she looked at the impact of automation on work and contributed to a report commissioned by John McDonnell MP, ‘How to Achieve Shorter Working Hours’.
Rachel is keen to continue working with like-minded people from the Transparency Task Force to hold employers to account on their social and environmental practices.