Compensation Guidelines for Employees in the Public Sector

The Public Sector Employers’ Council Secretariat (PSEC Secretariat) provides guidelines to help public sector employers design and implement plans for excluded and executive employees. 

The PSEC Secretariat plays a central role in coordinating excluded and executive compensation, which accounts for approximately 18 percent of B.C.’s public sector compensation costs. 

The PSEC Secretariat works with employers to promote a cost-conscious approach to recruitment and retention of excluded and executive leaders through consistent and appropriate compensation levels and practices. 

The PSEC Secretariat also provides guidelines with specific instructions on how to disclose executive compensation for the CEO/President and top four decision-makers in a public sector organization. 

Public sector employers must also disclose compensation and report on executive and senior employee excluded compensation. 

Crown Agencies and Board Resourcing Office

The Crown Agencies and Board Resourcing Office oversees and facilitates the implementation of the governance framework for British Columbia's Crown corporations. It has the lead responsibility for government's Shareholder Expectations Manual (PDF) and the Crown Agency Accountability System. 

The Office provides advice, information and support necessary to promote good governance, continuous improvement and accountability for Crown corporations.

Compensation for Public Service Employees

The BC Public Service Agency maintains information for compensation for the public service, such as salary and wages, benefits, and reimbursement for work-related expenses

Appointee benefits and terms of employment noted in the remuneration guidelines can be found in the BC Public Service Agency’s Human Resource Policies and the Terms and Conditions for Excluded Employees / Appointees.