Top bosses at Spain’s 35 biggest companies earn whopping 123 times more than average worker

Oxfam

New figures from Oxfam have revealed a senior boss at one of Spain’s 35 biggest companies earns 123 times more than the average worker,

While the salaries of senior executives at some companies have tripled or even quadrupled in the last year, the average wage of workers at Spain’s biggest companies has dropped 0.5%.

The figures reveal Steel company ArcelorMittal, Spanish airline IAG Iberia and insurance company Mapfre are the most unequal paying companies on the IBEX 35.