Public Sector Body Compensation Disclosure
The Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act requires public sector bodies to publicly disclose all remuneration paid to employees earning more than $125,000 in a calendar year. This disclosure is done by publishing a statement of remuneration which sets out the required information for each employee over the earning threshold and must be published by June 30 each year for compensation paid in the previous calendar year.
|Severance||Cashed Out Vacation||Total|
|2015||Resler, Glen Larry||Chief Electoral Officer||$196,603.11||$47,860.15(3)||$0.00||$19,606.94||$264,070.20|
|2015||Westwater, Drew||Deputy Chief Electoral Officer||$146,174.46||$37,589.77||$0.00||$20,297.93||$204,062.16|
|2015||Lee, Kevin||Director, Election Finances||$130,450.36||$35,368.53||$0.00||$0.00||$165,818.89|
(1) 2015 had 27 bi-weekly pay periods rather than the usual 26 pay periods in a year. This report covers the salaries and benefits for the pay period ended January 3, 2015 to December 31, 2015.
(2) Non-cash benefits include the office’s share of employee benefits and contributions or payments made on behalf of employees including Canada pension plan, employment insurance, pension, supplementary retirement plans, health care, dental coverage, short and long term disability plans, WCB premiums, health spending account, professional memberships and parking.
(3) Non-cash benefits for the Chief Electoral Officer includes the taxable benefits for an automobile provided.