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Executive Remuneration Reporting

Requirement to report

The following information about executive remuneration is required to be published annually for each Commonwealth entity or company starting from the 2016-17 financial year.  The Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet has issued Executive Remuneration Reporting Guidelines. The tables below are consistent with these Guidelines

Total Remuneration Executives No. Average Reportable Salary1 $ Average Contributed Superannuation $ Average Allowances $ Average Bonus Paid $ Average Total Remuneration3 $
Table A: Remuneration paid to executives during the reporting period 2017-18
$200,000 and less 12 84,530 12,677 0 0 97,208
$200,000 to $225,000 3 185,816 30,614 260 0 216,561
$225,000 to $250,000 9 202,220 36,384 0 0 238,604
$250,000 to $275,000 8 219,677 40,354 0 0 260,022
$275,000 to $300,000 3 254,604 39,563 0 0 294,167
$300,000 to $325,000 4 270,738 47,009 0 0 317,746
$325,000 to $350,000 1 311,744 24,896 0 0 336,730
$475,000 to $500,000 1 433,241 48,839 0 0 481,580
$625,000 to $650,000 1 550,141 76,514 0 0 626,556
Total number of executives2 42  

 

Notes

1 Excludes payments made on termination, including employee entitlements and separations.

2 Any employee who held a substantive SES or equivalent position during 2017-18 is counted as one (1).

3 The table includes the part year impact of senior executives who either commenced or separated during the year.

Total Remuneration Executives No. Average Reportable Salary1 $ Average Contributed Superannuation $ Average Allowances $ Average Bonus Paid $ Average Total Remuneration $
Table 2: Remuneration paid to highly paid staff during 2017-18
$200,001 to $225,000 4 183,941 26,001 1,931 0 211,873
$225,001 to $250,000 1 201,631 34,749   0 236,380
Total number of highly paid staff2 5  

Notes

 1 Excludes payments made on termination, including employee entitlements and separations.

 2 Also includes employees who have been provided with higher duties in 2017-18.

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