Average annual pay of charity chiefs rises
- Setting executive salaries. Cadman, Lynn // Third Sector;4/29/2014, Issue 795, p17
The article offers pieces of advice for British charities on how they should set executive salaries.
- 'Report high pay to regulator'. // Third Sector;2/25/2014, Issue 787, p4
The article reports on the response of Nick Hurd, the minister for Civil Society in Great Britain, on a written parliamentary question regarding excessive salary payments to executives of charities, in which he cited that charity accounting rules require disclosure of executive pay in a charity.
- 'Salaries in line with income'. Pudelek, Jenna // Third Sector;11/26/2013, Issue 778, p5
The article reports on the increase in the salaries of charity chief executives in Great Britain in 2013, according to research by the consultancy nfpSynergy.
- Duncan Brown: Executive pay in overseas aid charities. Brown, Duncan // Employee Benefits;10/15/2013, p7
In this article the author focuses on salaries of executives working in charities in Great Britain. It states that a report reveals that salaries of executives who are part of charities in the country increased by 60 percent over a period of three years. According to the author governance at...
- Charity isn't a job creation scheme. Cook, Stephen // Third Sector;4/12/2011, Issue 656, p14
The author discusses the Charity Commission investigation into the Alzheimer's UK Research, Education and Care Ltd. which discovered that it raised 351,000 British pounds in the two years to March 2008, and spent 361,000 British pounds on salary of its executive and fundraising mailshots. The...
- Acevo praises charity chief executives for pay restraint. Plummer, John // Third Sector;10/13/2009, Issue 588, p1
The article discusses the results of the annual pay survey conducted by the Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO) in 2009. According to the survey small charities leaders with annual incomes lower than 150,000 British pounds have seen their salaries fall by 9.1% to a...
- Talking Points. // Third Sector;8/1/2014, Issue 803, p11
The article presents comments from several readers regarding various issues affecting charities and foundations in Great Britain as of August 1, 2014. Topics include possible charges on charities with annual incomes of more than 100,000 British pounds, unwillingness of charities to share details...
- The Charity Commission should be relying on evidence - not supposition. Tyler, Debra Ancock // Third Sector;10/22/2013, Issue 773, p13
The author comments on Great Britain Charity Commission wasting donations for charities. The author says that there is a testimony to the Public Accounts Committee on the Cup Trust debacle, calling it a disaster for charities. She states that the Commission must be squeezing on over-hyped press...
- HAT aims to raise cash with bursary. // Campaign;1/8/2010, p3
The article focuses on the new bursary scheme offered by the History of Advertising Trust in Great Britain to address the gap left by the shortfall of donations to the charity.