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2018 Not for Profit Remuneration Survey
YOUR INVITE to help shape The Enterprise Care 2018/19 Not for Profit Remuneration Report.
2018 celebrates our 20th anniversary of the Enterprise Care Not for Profit Remuneration Survey and Report.
We are very proud that for 20 years we have been able to provide you with this valued Report, the major source of salary and benefits data for the Not for Profit Sector.
The Report ensures that your organisation’s salaries and remuneration packages are competitive. Its use extends to the benchmarking of salaries and conducting of annual performance and remuneration reviews.
The Survey is open from now until Friday 24 August 2018.
Enterprise Care fully respects and upholds your rights to privacy protection. Throughout the Report only aggregated responses are used and no identifiable information is disclosed. Your trust is of utmost importance to us.
Who We Are
Established in 1988, Enterprise Care is a highly respected company which delivers effective governance solutions and practices enabling organisations to optimally operate within a complex and chaotic world.
Our products and services empower ongoing positive transformation within organisations. Being at the forefront of governance thinking, we have a strong focus on delivering innovative solutions that enable diverse organisations to grow substantially.
Enterprise Care Membership Renewal 1/7/2018 to 30/6/2019
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Not for Profit Salaries Benchmarking 2017/18
Thank you to all the respondents who contributed to the survey.
Now in its 19th year The 2017/18 Not for Profit Remuneration Report ensures that your organisation's salaries and remuneration packages are competitive.
Order now to obtain the latest Not for Profit Salary Trends and Benchmarking data.
The Not for Profit Board Charter (ePublication)Newly Updated for 2018 - Special Offer
Best practice methodology dictates that each Board should have a Charter to assist in governing the organisation and in supporting the Constitution. A Charter is a sound statement of the Board's position and expectation of its role in the area of governance.
The Charter demonstrates the Board's commitment to appropriate governance structures, covering a range of important areas including Duties and responsibilities, code of conduct and legal compliance.