Executives’ big bonuses give ALEOs bad reputation

By Mark Whitehead | 02 June 2016

Arm’s-length bodies created by councils in Scotland have been warned over the size of salaries and bonuses paid to their top people.

A report by the Local Government Information Unit Scotland said an estimated 400 arm’s-length external organisations (ALEOs) providing everything from museums to property development often saved money and improved services.

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