Salary guidance planned

Ainsworth, David
August 2013
Third Sector;8/20/2013, Issue 765, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the decision of the British National Council for Voluntary Organizations and the Charity Commission to create guidelines to aid charity trustees to decide on the salaries of senior staff in 2013.


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