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SCHEDULE OF COMPENSATION FOR THE PUBLIC SECTOR COMPENSATION DISCLOSURE ACT

Year ended March 31, 2014

The Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act, which came into effect in 2012, requires District Health Authorities and the IWK to report the amount and name of individuals who receive compensation of $100,000 or more each year.

This legislation meets the public's desire for transparency, expands public sector reporting, and puts Nova Scotia in line with other provinces. The legislation can be read here: http://nslegislature.ca/legc/statutes/pubseccd.htm

As stated by the Act, the compensation amount includes total income before taxes, as well as all overtime payments, retirement or severance payments, lump-sum payments and vacation payouts, payments made for exceptional benefits, and the value of the benefit derived from vehicles or allowances with respect to vehicles. The Act requires individuals to be named and their specific compensation disclosed.

SSDHA PSCD Disclosure SSDHA PSCD Disclosure

South Shore District Health Authority

SCHEDULE OF COMPENSATION FOR THE PUBLIC SECTOR COMPENSATION DISCLOSURE ACT

Year ended March 31, 2013

Public Sector Compensation Disclosure - 2011-2012 Public Sector Compensation Disclosure - 2011-2012

Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act

The Public Sector Compensation Disclosure Act, which came into effect in 2012, requires District Health Authorities and the IWK to report the amount and name of individuals who receive compensation of $100,000 or more each year.

This legislation meets the public's desire for transparency, expands public sector reporting, and puts Nova Scotia in line with other provinces. The legislation can be read here:  http://nslegislature.ca/legc/statutes/pubseccd.htm

As stated by the Act, the compensation amount includes total income before taxes for 2011-2012, as well as all overtime payments, retirement or severance payments, lump-sum payments and vacation payouts, payments made for exceptional benefits, and the value of the benefit derived from vehicles or allowances with respect to vehicles. The Act requires individuals to be named and their specific compensation disclosed.