Only four out of 100 top UK charities follow NCVO guidelines on executive pay
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Only four out of 100 top UK charities follow NCVO guidelines on executive pay 1

2 Feb 2015 | Hugh Radojev

Only four of the largest 100 charities in the UK currently follow the NCVO’s “two clicks to clarity” recommendations when it comes to transparency on senior executive pay.

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