VPSC have put together a suite of employment and remuneration resources for Public Sector Executives and those people contemplating executive employment.
Advice on specific questions around executive remuneration and employment arrangements should be directed to the GSERP@vpsc.vic.gov.au
This resource suite contains:
Policy on Executive Remuneration in Public Entities
The policy explains how remuneration is determined and the approval procedures and is recommended reading for public sector Directors, Chief Executives and HR Managers.
Updated June 2018, Section 5, to reflect Remuneration policy specifics for the period to 30 June 2019.
Government Sector Executive Remuneration Panel (GSERP) Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to common questions relating to GSERP and the policy on executive remuneration for public entities.
Updated June 2018, Question 3 and Question 9, to reflect Remuneration policy specifics for the period to 30 June 2019.
Executive Contract for Public Sector Executives
The contract was developed to assist Boards in the management of executive employment in the public sector.
While use of the contract is not mandatory, it contains the essential policy elements for executive employment and closely follows the public service model.
Updated August 2016 – Minor edits in line with the reissue of the VPS Executive Employment Handbook.
Executive Vehicle Cost to Package Calculator
Use the Excel spreadsheet to calculate the cost of a motor vehicle in an executive’s total remuneration package.
If you are new to using the calculator, you can view a sample calculation.
Vehicles Approved for Executive Salary Packaging
The VicFleet website has an up-to-date list of vehicles approved for executive salary packaging.
Myths and Facts in Public Sector Executive Employment
This document is a compilation of some common Victorian public sector myths and facts surrounding executive employment and remuneration.
It is intended to provide Boards, Chief Executives and other executives with answers to the more common questions that have been asked or have arisen in discussion about executive employment arrangements and the operations of the Government Sector Executive Remuneration Panel (GSERP).
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