Job (Number Reporting)
|£33,260 - £98,932|
|Salary||£33,457 - £80,409|
|Total Pay||£33,260 - £98,932|
|£38,303 - £92,101|
|Salary||£37,988 - £78,432|
|Bonus||£1,323 - £15,503|
|Total Pay||£38,303 - £92,101|
|£41,985 - £71,481|
|Salary||£39,228 - £64,952|
|Bonus||£3,496 - £9,720|
|Total Pay||£41,985 - £71,481|
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|£24,674 - £52,505|
|Salary||£23,724 - £49,768|
|Bonus||£804 - £6,922|
|Total Pay||£24,674 - £52,505|
Country: United Kingdom | Currency: GBP | Updated: 11 Mar 2016 | Individuals Reporting: 43
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