The Equality Trust has urged the Government to force companies to make staff pay gaps public, after their analysis revealed a large disparity between minimum wage workers and CEOs.
According to the charity's research, the average FTSE 100 company chief earns an estimated 386 times more than workers on the minimum wage.
They reportedly take home over £5 million a year on average, compared to just over £13,000 for an employee on the £7.20 an hour wage.
As a result of this analysis, the Trust has called for "greater transparency on pay practices" in order to build a fairer society.
It points out public sector workers have seen pay frozen as a result of years of austerity, while executives continue to gain bonuses.