- February 27, 2020
- Posted by: R
- Category: CT News
Social Housing Board Pay & Diversity Survey
Campbell Tickell is conducting a new piece of research on non-executive remuneration and Boardroom diversity within the social housing sector.
The data we collect will inform the Board remuneration benchmarking exercises we carry out for clients. However, we also want to share the headline findings and main themes with you via webinar, blogs and articles.
These themes will be around movements in the sector in relation to:
- The size, complexity and structure of housing associations;
- Approaches to non-executive remuneration;
- The effects of introducing non-executive remuneration;
- Board composition and aspects of diversity;
- Board operations.
This market insight into the above areas will help you to understand where your organisation sits within the sector and inform your Board’s discussions about where change may need to be made.
Who should take part?
- Company secretaries
- Heads of governance
- Finance directors
- Chief executives
We would really appreciate it if the appropriate person in your team could complete this survey by Friday 20th March 2020.
We will then contact all respondents and invite them to join a webinar when we will present the main themes coming out of the survey and give you the opportunity to have a discussion with you about them.
To discuss the survey or if you encounter any technical difficulties contact Stephen Bull on: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Campbell Tickell is an established multi-disciplinary management and recruitment consultancy, operating across the UK and Ireland, focusing on the housing, social care, local government, sport, leisure, charity and voluntary sectors.
We are a values-based business and firmly place the positioning of our support and challenge on helping organisations to attain change that is well thought through, planned and sustainable. At CT, we want to help organisations create the landscape within which we ourselves would like to exist: fair, inclusive, diverse, engaged and transparent. We build from our values in how we approach all our work as a practice.
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