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Average salary among top 100 highest charity earners up by 20 per cent
Average salary among top 100 highest charity earners up by 20 per cent
A Third Sector study of top executive pay in the sector finds the average salary went up from £212,500 in 2015 to £255,000 this year
 
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1 Cost of National Citizen Service 'unjustified', says MPs' report
 
2 Former personal assistant to Mencap CEO charged with £34k fraud
 
3 Charity Commission gets Treasury go-ahead to consult on charging charities
 
4 Birmingham Dogs Home asks chief executive to leave in wake of allegations
 
5 Volunteering hours fell by 15 per cent between 2005 and 2015
 
6 Former chief of Bury Hospice was unfairly dismissed, tribunal finds
 
7 Former treasurer of lifeboat charity gets two years for boat-selling fraud
 
8 Four equine welfare charities form coalition
 
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Chief Executive £40,000 - £55,000 per annum, Petersfield, Hampshire
 
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Good Practice
Here's how we can regain the public's trust
Here's how we can regain the public's trust
Craig Dearden-Phillips outlines the steps he believes the charity sector should take
 

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Simon Blake: Some thoughts on working well After two weeks at a health retreat, the charity chief executive reflects on how to strike the right work-life balance in the digital age Simon Blake: Some thoughts on working well
 
Paul Streets: The values that shape who we are Our values set us apart from other sectors, but we seem to have lost our way, writes the chief executive of the Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales Paul Streets: The values that shape who we are
 

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