Percentage of TP markings by paygrade in Forest Services England 2017/18

Garin P Linnington made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Forestry Commission

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Garin P Linnington

Dear Forestry Commission,

Can you please give me the percentage of annual appraisal marking at top performer level (TP) for pay grades pb6b, pb6a, pb5, pb5 ops, pb4, pb3, pb2 and pb1 in Forest Services England in reporting year 2017 to 2018 (i.e. 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018).

Yours faithfully,

Garin P Linnington

King, Jenny, Forestry Commission

Dear Mr Linnington

 

Thank you for your request for information regarding  annual appraisal
markings and promotions of individuals in pay band 6a to pay band 5(op)
Woodland Officers. I have combined your two separate requests for
information and I will provide you with a single reply.

 

Firstly please find information in the table below showing the annual
appraisal marking at top performer level (TP) in Forest Services England
in reporting year 2017 to 2018. I have amalgamated pay bands where there
are particularly low numbers involved, to preserve anonymity.

 

Pay Band Top Performer Total
PB1 & PB2 0 18
PB3 4 25
PB4 4 34
PB5 1 18
PB5(op) 3 55
PB6a & PB6a(op) 1 7
PB6b 0 24

 

Regarding your second request for information on how many PB6a paygrade
individuals have been promoted to Woodland Officer PB5(op), from
01/01/2018 to 31/10/2018, there have been 3 people that have moved from
PB6a to Woodland Officer PB5(op).

 

I have tried to deal with your request as fully as possible.  However,
should you wish to complain about the way your request has been handled
please contact:

 

                Forestry Commission

                Director England

                620 Bristol Business Park

                Coldharbour Lane

                Bristol

                BS16 1EJ

 

                Email: [1][email address]

 

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information legislation should initially be made to the Forestry
Commission itself.  We aim to resolve any complaints with you directly. 
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Best wishes

 

Jenny

 

Jenny King

Information Rights Officer

Forestry Commission England

620 Bristol Business Park

Coldharbour Lane

Bristol

BS16 1EJ

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