If the company joins as the member, it makes sense that the company pays the club annual dues, and the club pays the RI/District per capita fee for one member. The company can then name and send up to four employees to attend meetings and work on projects and fundraisers. If the company names, say two designees, in addition to the executive team member, does RI expect to receive per capita dues for those two additional designees? Rotarian Brent.
Corporate Membership fact sheet on page 2, item 7, that each designee will be listed as an official member of the Rotary club. That is to say that each will be reported to RI, and input to the RI database. As such, as stated on page 3 item 11, RI dues will be payable for each member according the RI By-laws.
So the answer to your question is, yes, RI will expect per capita dues for the executive and the other 2 designees. When you consider that each of these members will count toward membership growth and RI voting (convention and COL) within the club and potentially to hold office, it does follow that to the other members these members should have the same obligations to RI as those who have the same rights within the club already do. Thanks for your question! Rot-Abby.
With thanks to Jen Deters at RI and Brent Rosenthal for the question!