Compensation Disclosure

Each year, the University of Alberta shares the names, position, compensation, non-monetary benefits, and severance paid to employees and board members who earn more than the threshold set by the Government of Alberta, per the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act and its regulation.

The threshold for the 2023 calendar year is $150,219.

On June 30, compensation and non-monetary benefits from January 1 to December 31 of the previous calendar year are disclosed, along with severance paid from July 1 to December 31. Severance paid from January 1 to June 30 is disclosed on December 31 of the current calendar year.

The university will email employees who will be on the compensation disclosure list.

What's Included

Compensation is the total amount paid and the value of taxable benefits provided in a year. Compensation includes salary, allowances, supplements and other earnings included in Box 14, 028, 104 or 105 of the T4/T4A slips.

Non-monetary benefits include employer-paid benefits for supplemental health, dental, supplemental retirement plan contributions, employee/family assistance program, long-term disability, pension and workers compensation. Non-monetary benefits also include the employer's portion of CPP (Canada Pension Plan) and EI (Employment Insurance) contributions.

Severance is the total of any remuneration paid or payable to an employee in lieu of or supplementary to notice of termination of employment and any salary or remuneration paid or payable to an employee after permanent termination of employment. Severance is reported in Box 66 and 67 of the T4 slip. Salary paid during a notice period is reported in Box 14.

Public Sector Compensation Disclosure 


You may be exempt from compensation disclosure if it threatens your safety. Applications are due November 1 of the calendar year for which an exemption is requested.

Compensation Disclosure Exemption Application 

Compensation Disclosure List

University of Alberta Compensation Disclosure List