Remuneration committee terms of reference
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Remuneration committee terms of reference

3 Jul 2014 | Olga Johnson
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Olga Johnson presents a model document for terms of reference for remuneration committees.

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Remuneration committee terms of reference

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All charities should have rules as to what may and may not be discussed or disclosed, in order to properly protect confidential information and comply with the law. This applies to trustees as well as employees and other volunteers.

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