The BBC has published the salary and expenses details of more than 100 managers, including its top HR directors.
The details of business-related expenses and pay packets have been published online, as part of moves to create a more transparent organisation.
The staff whose details will be published have been selected because they hold positions on the BBC’s most senior boards and have responsibility for spending licence fee money and overseeing BBC operations.
Lucy Adams, director of BBC People, who joined the corporation in June, earns £320,000 a year. Her expenses claims will be updated every three months and currently only cover the period before she joined.
Rachel Currie, HR director in the Journalism Group earns a total salary of £161, 783.
Rachel Stock, HR director in Audio & Music takes home a total of £157,800.
Clare Dyer, HR director in the BBC’s Future Media and Technology Division enjoyed total remuneration of £169,800.
Other members of the BBC People division also enjoyed generous salaries.
Employee relations director Mike Gooddie – charged with negotiating with the BBC’s unions – takes home £197,800.
In June the corporation released figures for the expenses and salaries of its 50 top-earning managers in response to Freedom of Information requests and calls for more clarity.