Plan & report for crown corporations
They communicate their governance and accountabilities through:
Crown corporations must follow the spirit and intent of B.C. government core policies and procedures and follow all applicable legislation, policies and guidelines. These include:
- Meeting compensation reporting requirements
- Disclosing executive and excluded compensation
- Meeting and reporting on carbon neutral requirements
- Meeting reporting requirements outlined in the Public Sector Employers Act
- Meeting reporting requirements outlined in the Budget Transparency and Accountability Act
- Ensuring required policies are implemented
Each Crown corporation is also accountable to its enabling legislation. Learn more about B.C.'s Crown corporations and their current mandate letters, services plans and annual reports for Crown corporations.
Principles & best practices
Principles and guidelines direct Crown corporation planning and reporting:
Governing in the Public Interest manuals have been developed and can be accessed here:
- Module 1 - Governing in the Public Interest (PDF)
- Module 2 - Financial Governance (PDF)
- Module 3 - Risk Management (PDF)
- Module 4 - Human Resources (PDF)
Learn more about responsibilities and best practices for people and agencies that contribute to public sector management.
The Public Sector Employers’ Council (PSEC Secretariat) was established to oversee the Province’s strategic coordination of labour relations, total compensation planning and human resource management across the broader public sector.
To view or submit compensation reports to PSEC Secretariat:
For information on compensation reporting contact the Public Sector Employers' Council Secretariat.