Exempt Staff Compensation Administration

Executive and exempt employee compensation administration in the K-12 public education sector is guided by the Public Sector Employers Act, the BCPSEA Compensation Management Plan, and Public Sector Employers' Council (PSEC) Secretariat policy direction and guidelines. 

Exempt Staff Compensation Management Plan


95-06 Compensation and Employment Standards for School District Employees Not Subject to a Collective Agreement  460K pdf


Guide to BC Public Sector Compensation and Expense Policies

http://www2.gov.bc.ca/assets/gov/british-columbians-our-governments/services-policies-for-government/public-sector-management/psec/public-sector-compensation-expense-policies-guidelines.pdf

Executive Compensation Disclosure Reporting

Boards of Education are required to complete the Public Sector Executive Compensation Reporting Guidelines as established under the Public Sector Employers Act.

The disclosure requirements apply to chief executive officers and the next four highest paid executives, where these positions hold an annual base salary of $125,000 or more. It should be noted that where the Superintendent of Schools does not earn an annual salary of $125,000 or more, there is still a requirement to file a disclosure report for that position.

View the disclosure reports on the Public Sector Employers’ Council website.