Number of employees with a salary £70,000 or more in £5,000 bands

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Dear SE Trains Limited,

Please disclose the number of SE Trains employees paid a salary of £70,000 and over per year, in £5,000 bands, up to the highest salary.

For example:

Salary------------- Number of employees

Yours faithfully,

David Williams

Information Rights, SE Trains Limited

Dear David,

Thank you for your request dated 06/12/2022.

We are handling your request under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the Act).Under the terms of the Act, you are entitled to a response within 20 working days of receipt.

If we cannot meet this deadline, we will let you know the reason and also tell you when you can expect a response.

Mark Willson
FOIA Officer

2nd Floor,
4 More London Riverside,
London, SE1 2AU.

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Information Rights, SE Trains Limited

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Dear Mr Williams,


Please find our response to your FOIA request. This has been handled under
the provisions of the FOIA and I can confirm that we hold relevant data,
as shown below.


Our disclosure shows pay in bandings of £5,000 between £70,000 and £85,000
and in bandings of £20,000 above this. This is to enable us to achieve a
balance between our obligations under the FOIA and the protection of
privacy rights of individuals under the GDPR. The wider bandings reduce
the likelihood of individuals’ salaries being identified. Further, not all
employees within higher bandings are of Director level or in roles where
salary disclosure might be expected.  


I hope you find this information useful.




Mark Willson

Information Rights Officer



2nd Floor,

4 More London Riverside,

London, SE1 2AU.


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