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REMPLOY LTD

Department

Department for Work and Pensions

Chair

Ian Russell

Chief Executive

Beth Carruthers

Classification

Executive NDPB

Contact Details

Remploy Ltd, 18c Meridian East, Meridian Business Park, Leicester LE19 1WZ
Phone: 0845 155 2700
Email: info@remploy.co.uk

WebSite: www.remploy.co.uk/

Overview

Remploy's mission is to transform the lives of disabled people and those experiencing complex barriers to work by providing sustainable employment opportunities

The figures shown are for 2012/13. The figures for 2013/14 are not yet available. Government funding includes Grant in Aid, contract payments, Modernisation funding and Transition costs not all of which will have been spent in 12/13. Figures shown are the audited figures in Remploys accounts. Remploy has dual status as an Executive NDPB and a Public Corporation. The Chair has elected not to draw remuneration.

PB13 Entry FULL
PB Reform Retain
Regulatory Function No
Chairs Remuneration (p.a. unless otherwise stated)
Chief Executive / Secretary Remuneration 125000
Public Meetings No
Public Minutes No
Register of Interests Yes
Ombudsman PHSO
Last Annual Report 2013
Last Review 2011
Audit Arrangements Deloitte
OCPA Regulated Yes

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