CapitalCare is committed to transparency and has complied with legislation to disclose compensation for employees receiving over $126,375 in compensation as outlined in the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act (Bill 5).
The compensation information released is total annual compensation, which includes base salary, overtime, shift premiums, weekend premiums, on-call pay, sick pay, vacation pay, and any taxable benefits such as life insurance, accidental death & dismemberment insurance, registered retirement savings plan (RRSP), and enhanced wellness.
The non-monetary benefits information includes employer paid portion of Canada Pension Plan, Employment Insurance, Local Authorities Pension Plan (LAPP), short-term disability, long-term disability, Alberta Blue Cross-medical & dental insurance, Workers' Compensation Board insurance, reimbursed health spending, and employee assistance program.
CapitalCare is one of the largest public continuing care organizations in Canada with over 2,700 employees. Our disclosure list is half a per cent (0.5) of total CapitalCare staff, or about 15 employees. Of the 15 employees, six in this group are unionized staff, including registered nurses and pharmacists. The remaining nine employees are non-union senior leaders.
Compensation: Income plus taxable benefits paid to a member or employee. Excludes severance.
Other (non-monetary benefits): If total 2016 compensation is $126,375 or more annually, non-taxable benefits, including the public sector body’s share of pension, dental and health spending accounts and other benefits must also be disclosed.
Severance: Includes payments when employment or member’s appointment ends or retiring allowance.
Attachments (when required): An employment contract or severance agreement for employees who receive over $126,375 annually in compensation and/or severance. Links open as PDF files.
For inquiries related to this disclosure, including information about the exemption process, please contact Linda Stevenson, Director, Finance.