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Poll: Should charities cap the salaries of their CEOs?

An analysis of survey figures has shown a number of executives are paid wages in excess of €100,000.

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AN ANALYSIS OF the results of a survey conducted by TheJournal.ie has shown that a lot of charities pay their CEOs salaries in excess of €100,000.

This is in spite of controversies over the past number of years involving high levels of executive pay.

Of the charities that responded to our survey of 40 organisations, 14 paid their chief executives over €100,000.

So, today we’re asking: Should charities cap the salaries of their CEOs?


Poll Results:

Yes (8539)
No (1287)
Don't know (246)



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