Wednesday 24 January 2018

Regaining public trust must start in boardrooms

BETTER boardrooms are key if health agencies, which rely on public donations and trust, are to recover from the fallout of the "top-ups" controversy.

We have already been shocked at the lack of awareness on the part of members of the boards in agencies like the Central Remedial Clinic, some of whom were in place for years, regarding the chief executive's salary and pension package.

Public representatives appointed to hospital boards, where several senior managers are getting top-ups, have also been among the chorus of outrage.

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