The Rehab Group Board is the governing body of the organisation and has overall legal responsibility for its activities. It is comprised of non-executive (unpaid) directors.
The Role of the Board of Directors
Under The Rehab Group’s Constitution, the Board holds the Company’s power and authority. The Board delegates the day to day running and conduct of the Company to the CEO and through the CEO to other employees.
The Board has approved and adopted a Delegated Authority Matrix and any exceptions to this are set out in a Matters Reserved for the Board Policy which has been reviewed and adopted by the Board.
The Directors act in a voluntary capacity and receive no remuneration. In accordance with the Constitution of the Company, a Director is entitled to be reimbursed for out of pocket expenses incurred by them in relation to their role as Director.
The Board of Directors ensures that the vision, mission and core values of The Rehab Group are upheld and is responsible for:
- The overall leadership of the Group and setting the values and standards.
- Approving the annual operating & capital expenditure budgets and any material changes to them.
- Approving the Group`s strategic aims and objectives and review of performance in light of these strategic aims and objectives, business plans and budgets and ensure that any necessary corrective action The overall leadership of the Group and setting the values and standards.
The Board has four formal Committees and has set out formal terms of reference for each of these Committees, which include the Nominations, Governance, Performance and Remuneration Committee, Audit and Risk, Finance and Quality and Safety. The Chair of each Committee is a Director of the Board and reports back to the Board on each Committee Meeting.