Disclosure of salaries

In the spring of 2008, the government amended the Public Sector Employer Act (PSEA) to require organizations in the public sector to disclose the compensation paid to their senior executives. Reports must include base salary, benefits (including taxable benefits), pension plan contributions and performance bonuses.

This amendment applies specifically to CEOs and the four highest senior executives whose base salary is $125,000 or higher. Reports on the remuneration of public sector executives: