Friday, November 10, 2017

Other pay issues

The BBC has just answered a Freedom of Information enquiry posted in April. It dodges questions about senior management pay comparators, but assures us that executive pay is reviewed annually, and set at a discount of between 50% and 80% of market levels.

It gives examples of the companies used to judge these market levels...

• Public sector: (Civil Service, Met Office, NHS England, Ofcom)
• Commercial Public Sector: (Channel 4, Crossrail, Network Rail, Royal Mail, Transport for London).
• Commercial Sector: a broad sample of general industry companies with revenues similar to those of the BBC (excluding financial services).

I'd love to know if any of these organisations pay their top HR professional £310k.

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