The Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act requires public sector bodies to publicly disclose all remuneration paid to officers and employees earning more than a prescribed threshold. This disclosure is done by publishing a statement of remuneration, which sets out the required information for each officer and employee over the threshold. The Statement of Remuneration must be published by June 30 each year for compensation paid in the previous calendar year. The reporting threshold for the period January 1 to December 31, 2017 is $127,765.
Learn more about the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act.
Alberta Ombudsman’s 2017 Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act Disclosure
- The Alberta Ombudsman also performs the role of Public Interest Commissioner with no additional remuneration for this role.
- The Office has one General Counsel position. In 2017, one incumbent retired and a replacement was recruited. Compensation includes salary and, where applicable, taxable benefits related to vehicle allowance, parking and life insurance premiums.
- Other includes the employer’s share of non-cash benefits and contributions or payments made on behalf of the officer and employees including Canada Pension Plan, employment insurance, pension, supplementary retirement plans, medical and dental, and disability plans.
- Severance includes payments when employment ends or retiring allowance.
The Alberta Ombudsman adopted the public service compensation disclosure policy since 2012.