It is generally accepted good governance practice for boards to regularly review the structure and level at which directors are remunerated. In the case of not-for-profit organisations, the board might be seeking advice as to the advantages, disadvantages and other considerations in starting to remunerate directors.
 
Through gaining an understanding of the nature of the board and the commitment and liability of directors, and using director-specific remuneration data, Directors Australia advises boards on the appropriate structure and level of remuneration for non-executive directors as well as specific board positions including Board Chair, Deputy Chair Committee Chair and committee members.