Directors' remuneration

2014
£m
Re-presented*
2013
£m
Fees to non-executive directors0.60.6
Salaries1.11.1
Benefits0.30.3
Bonus0.60.6
Share-based payment charge1.41.4
4.04.0

* The comparatives have been re-presented to include the Deferred Bonus Plan (DBP) share-based payment charge in share-based payments charge, rather than within bonus as previously presented, as this better reflects the nature of the expenditure. See note A3 for further details of the DBP.

Further information about the remuneration of individual directors and details of their pension arrangements are provided in the Annual statement from the remuneration committee chair, Directors' remuneration policy and Annual report on remuneration.

Remuneration of key management personnel

2014
£m
Re-presented*
2013
£m
Salaries and short-term employee benefits5.65.8
Post-employment benefits0.30.2
Share-based payment charge2.52.3
8.48.3

* The comparatives have been re-presented to include the DBP share-based payment charge in share-based payments charge, rather than within salaries and short-term employee benefits as previously presented, as this better reflects the nature of the expenditure. The prior year equity has not been restated for share-based payments as it is not considered material in that context. See note A3 for further details of the DBP.

Key management personnel comprises all directors and certain senior managers who are members of the executive committee.

Employee benefits expense (including directors)

Group2014
£m
Restated*
2013
£m
Continuing operations
Wages and salaries206.5204.2
Social security costs18.616.1
Post-employment benefits29.224.9
Charged to regulatory capital schemes(122.6)(114.8)
Employee benefits expense excluding restructuring costs131.7130.4
Restructuring costs4.42.6
Employee benefits expense attributable to continuing operations136.1133.0
Less: employee benefits expense attributable to joint ventures(2.4)(2.1)
Total employee benefits expense excluding joint ventures133.7130.9

* The comparatives have been restated to reflect the requirements of IAS 19 (Revised) 'Employee Benefits'. See accounting policies for details.

The table below shows the nature of post-employment benefits:

2014
£m
Restated*
2013
£m
Defined benefit pension expense (see note 19)21.119.4
Defined contribution pension costs (see note 19)8.15.5
29.224.9

* The comparatives have been restated to reflect the requirements of IAS 19 (Revised) 'Employee Benefits'. See accounting policies for details.

Average number of employees during the year (full-time equivalent including directors)

2014
number
2013
number
Continuing operations5,3295,301

Company

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