Compensation & Disclosure

Executive Compensation Program

In accordance with the Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act (often referred to as “Sunshine List”), that was passed in 1996, organizations that receive public funding from the Province of Ontario are required to disclose the names, positions, salaries and taxable benefits of employees who earn $100,000 or more within the calendar year. The 2017 list can be found on the Ministry of Finance website.

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Executive Compensation Framework

In September of 2016, the government introduced legislation to govern how public sector organizations- including hospitals, colleges, and universities, compensate their executive teams. The new legislation requires that hospitals and other public sector organizations across Ontario must propose an Executive Compensation Framework (ECF) that benchmarks current executive salaries to other comparative organizations in the province.

The framework developed for KHSC, attached below, is available for public feedback until April 7, 2018. If you wish to provide feedback, please e-mail us at ExecutiveCompKHSC@KingstonHSC.ca.

KHSC Executive Compensation Framework

 

Public Salary Disclosure

The Public Sector Disclosure Act requires organizations that receive public funding from the Ontario government to disclose the names, positions, salaries and taxable benefits of these employees annually.
For more information please visit the Ontario Public Sector Salary Disclosure webpage.