Editorial: Rehab pair should defend 'proud record of service'
REHAB'S moves to reform the governance of the under-fire organisation are welcome developments – if decidedly belated. Its chairman Brian Kerr said that the group recognised that it did not exercise "strict and appropriate oversight of certain issues which have come to the public attention in recent weeks".
The Rehab Group has appointed Dr Eddie Molloy to carry out a "root and branch" review of its structures and governance.
Dr Molloy, an experienced management consultant, is tasked with examining the level of pay and transparency at the charity, which has been severely damaged by months of controversy about payments to senior management.