The pay gap between directors and employees can best be reduced by reducing the tax burden. This is the opinion of more than two thirds of the visitors of DFT, according to a poll which received around 9,500 votes.

A quarter would prefer that the rewards of top managers be restricted. Only 8% believe that large companies with more wages have to come across.

This means that Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s appeal to the business community to raise wages strongly receives little support.

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