Year on year percentage pay increases for ACMA's SES officers for 2013/14 to 2014/15 and 2014/15 to 2015/16

I Whittaker made this Freedom of Information request to Australian Communications and Media Authority

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From: I Whittaker

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Dear Australian Communications and Media Authority,

I’d like to make an FOI request.

I request a document or documents (likely prepared under s.17 of the FOI Act) that details the year on year increase in remuneration (as a percentage, rounded to the nearest decimal point) paid to each of ACMA’s SES staff for the financial years: 2013/14 to 2014/15 and 2014/15 to 2015/2016 as determined from the group certificates/PAYG summaries issued to those SES staff (pro-rated, to reflect full year amounts, if necessary). I’m not interested in the names of the SES officers and so I’m happy for you to de-identify those. Here’s an example to illustrate the type of document(s) I’m seeking acesss to.

Example PAYG Payment Summary Information

SES officer name: John Citizen.
Total remuneration for 2013/14 (taken from relevant PAYG payment summary): $100,000
Total remuneration for 2014/15 (taken from relevant PAYG payment summary): $101,000
Total remuneration for 2015/16 (taken from relevant PAYG payment summary): $103,000

SES officer name: Deborah Smith.
Total remuneration for 2013/14 (taken from relevant PAYG payment summary): $250,000
Total remuneration for 2014/15 (taken from relevant PAYG payment summary): $260,000
Total remuneration for 2015/16 (taken from relevant PAYG payment summary): $280,000

SES officer name: Joseph Pavelic
Total remuneration for 2013/14 (taken from relevant PAYG payment summary): $50,000 (nb. only commenced employment at ACMA on 1/1/2014)
Total remuneration for 2014/15 (taken from relevant PAYG payment summary): $107,000
Total remuneration for 2015/16 (taken from relevant PAYG payment summary): $110,000

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Example document produced for purposes of my FOI request using data gleaned from relevant PAYG payment summaries (respectively, per the example data set out above above)

SES Officer identifier: ‘SES officer #1’
Year on year pay increase as a percentage (rounded to nearest decimal point):
2013/14 - 2014/15 = 1%
2014/15 – 2015/2016 = 2%

SES Officer identifier: ‘SES officer #2’
Year on year pay increase as a percentage (rounded to nearest decimal point):
2013/14 - 2014/15 = 4%
2014/15 – 2015/2016 = 7.7%

SES Officer identifier: ‘SES officer #3’
Year on year pay increase as a percentage (rounded to nearest decimal point):
2013/14 - 2014/15 = 7% (note: the officer only commenced employment on 1/1/14, therefore the officer’s total remuneration for 2013/14 has been pro-rated to reflect a yearly amount)
2014/15 – 2015/2016 = 2.8%

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From: Shirley Hedditch
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Dear Applicant

 

Please refer to the attached letter.

 

Regards

FOI decision-maker

Australian Communications and Media Authority

 

 

Shirley Hedditch

 

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Dear Applicant

 

Please refer to the attached letter.

 

Regards

FOI decision-maker

Australian Communications and Media Authority

 

 

 

Shirley Hedditch

 

Manager

People and Workplace 

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