Eduserv agrees £138,000 payment to retiring CEO without telling full board
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Eduserv agrees £138,000 payment to retiring CEO without telling full board

26 Sep 2016 | Tania Mason

Eduserv, a charity that provides IT services to the public sector, agreed to pay its retiring chief executive a settlement totalling £138,303 without the knowledge of the full board, documents seen by Civil Society News show.


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