Friday, June 17, 2016


The BBC says that, in September 2014, only ten of its senior managers were paid at or above the market rate for the job. 238 were paid at a discount to other comparable employees greater than the targets set by the BBC. One unidentified executive director was paid less than 20% what he or she might have achieved elsewhere.

It says executives are paid no more than 50% of the salary in comparable organisations; those on the SM1 grade are discounted by a minimum of 30% against the benchmarking of other organisations and companies; and those on SM2 grade are at least 20% against the wider benchmark.

Here's the chart issued in response to a Freedom of Information enquiry. 

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