Not for profit directors are working harder, with most doing it for no financial reward, a key AICD study shows

The vast majority of directors in the not for profit sector carry out their duties for no financial reward, and the amount of work going into the task is increasing, the AICD’s 2018 NFP Governance and Performance Study shows.

There is also an increasing awareness of the importance of cyber security issues, with 38 per cent of directors reporting their board had a “very good” understanding of the impact of a cyberattack on service users.

The study shows that 82 per cent of NFP directors were not paid for their roles and 58 per cent said they were working more than two days a month on their NFP, compared to 41 per cent in 2013.

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