In 2014, the Government of Ontario began the process of developing public sector compensation frameworks to ensure a transparent and consistent approach to executive compensation. This applies to all Ontario public sector designated employers, including universities, colleges, hospitals and school boards, including the Niagara Catholic District School Board. In the education sector, a competitive, fair, and responsible Executive Compensation Program is vital for attracting and retaining the talented, innovative leadership required to ensure continued progress and success in advancing student achievement for all. Niagara Catholic’s proposed Executive Compensation Program balances the need to manage compensation costs and the need to attract and retain the executive talent we seek. In consultation with the Government of Ontario, the Niagara Catholic District School Board has developed its proposed Executive Compensation Program, which meets the requirements of the Broader Public Sector Executive Compensation Act. As part of the Government Regulations, all Ontario broader public sector employers are required to conduct a 30-day public consultation on their proposed Executive Compensation Program.
We invite you to read the proposed Executive Compensation Program and to provide feedback as part of the public consultation process. We have included a Frequently Asked Questions sheet to assist in your review. We will be accepting feedback until 4.30 pm on Thursday, December 7, 2017. Following the consultation process, a review of the input provided, approval by the Board of Trustees and the Ministry of Education, the final Executive Compensation Program will be posted.
- Read the Executive Compensation Program
- View Frequently Asked Questions
- You are invited to provide your feedback