A Third of Morrisons Shareholders in UK Vote Against Director’s Benefits

Dsicounts for NHS workers extended Credit: Morrisions

EVEN though profits for UK supermarket group Morrisons have remained high during the lockdown, more than one third of shareholders voted against a proposal to reward senior directors with significant increases in pension contributions.

It was considered that to receive 19 per cent more than the average 5 per cent was unfair and although the award did receive sufficient votes for it to be carried, the company has decided to review the situation.

It has however extended its 10 per cent discount for NHS workers until September.

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