The Board has established rules of procedure that contains regulations on how work should be divided between the members and between the Board and the CEO, the Chairman of the Board’s commitments as well as a schedule for the matters that the Board shall handle. The rules of procedure are adopted annually. The Board of Directors has prepared separate rules of procedure for the Board Committee’s work.
The Chairman of the Board is responsible for leading and dividing the work between Board Members and is responsible for ensuring that the work of the Board is well organised and that decisions are implemented. The Chairman continuously monitors operations through regular contact with the CEO and is responsible for ensuring that all members receive the information and documentation they need.
At each ordinary Board Meeting the Board of Directors handles questions regarding the company’s development in the areas of: quality and development, finance, customers and growth as well as leaders and employees. In addition to this, the Board handles and decides on significant investments and acquisitions, financing and other items that are deemed to fall within the framework of the CEO’s powers. During the fall, the Board of Directors establishes Attendo’s strategic direction and the coming year’s budget.
Other items that are handled by the Board include: the Audit Committee’s reports on company development within risk management and internal control as well as financial reporting and auditing, the Audit Committee’s proposals for remuneration to senior management as well as Attendo’s quality work and follow-up of client, customer and employee satisfaction. The Board of Directors has also met without the presence of management, individually and with the company’s auditors.
The Board of Directors continuously evaluates the CEO’s work the Chairman of the Board by conducting an annual Board evaluation where all Board Members and Deputy Board Members evaluate that year’s Board work. The Board evaluation includes areas such as the Board’s composition, involvement, reporting, governance and practices.