“We have to pay what the market is paying,” said Harrison in an interview. "We have to be an attractive board to sit on."â€”BC Ferries Services board chairwoman board chairwoman Elizabeth Harrison
The workload isnâ€™t all that onerous, what with but six meetings a year to discuss the needs and dreams of BC Ferries, but in what must be a pretty competitive world of corporate chair hopping, BC Ferries felt the need to up the ante to bring directors to their corporate table.
BC Ferries offered pay increases of anywhere between 15 to 35 per cent in a bid to attract the vagabond class of corporate board seekers, who apparently are always on the look out for a more rewarding use of their time…
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