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The Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act requires the public disclosure of compensation for employees of agencies, boards and commissions, over a certain threshold for every calendar year starting with 2015. The legislation requires that the employee’s name and compensation be disclosed publicly.
For Alberta Sport Connection (ASC), below are the ASC employees for whom salary is being disclosed:
*Compensation – Includes regular salary and percentage in lieu of benefits.
*Other – Includes parking taxable benefit and employer portion of Canada Pension Plan and Employment Insurance
*Severance – Includes payments required by contract when employment ends.
As well, the following ASC Government employees can be found on the Government’s Public Disclosure of Salary and Severance at: http://www.alberta.ca/SalaryDisclosure.cfm
Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act – Disclosure of Board Member Honoraria
The Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act requires the public disclosure of any compensation (board honoraria) paid to each Board Member for every calendar year starting with 2015. The legislation requires that the board member’s name and compensation be disclosed publicly. Below are the ASC board member honoraria paid:
*Compensation – Board Members are volunteers that are appointed by Order in Council and do not receive a regular salary. Board Members receive honoraria payment for attending meetings and events as well as travel time.
*Other – Includes benefits and any other monetary remuneration that is not included in compensation
*Severance – Board Members are not eligible to receive severance.
Financial and Administrative Coordinator
Sport, Physical Activity and Recreation
Suite 500 – 10055 106 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 1G3