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Determination Variation  – 11 November 2010

 

SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES ACT 1975

DETERMINATION VARIATION

CLARIFICATION OF FIRST SCHEDULE

PREAMBLE

In its 1 April 2010 determination on Members of the Special Division and Prescribed Office Holders, the Salaries and Allowances Tribunal introduced a $5,000 per annum allowance to “the holder of a position of chief executive officer or a deemed chief executive officer position under section 4 of the Public Sector Management Act 1994.”  To clarify which office holders should be in receipt of the allowance, the Tribunal has decided to issue a variation to the determination of 1 April 2010. This variation does not vary any classification or rates of remuneration determined on 1 April 2010.

The Tribunal has taken into account whether the office holder is an accountable authority under the Financial Management Act 2006, an employing authority under the Public Sector Management Act 1994 and whether they carry other responsibilities that are characteristic of a chief executive officer.

The Tribunal has consulted with the Public Sector Commissioner in determining which office holders should be considered to be chief executive officers for the purposes of the Tribunal’s determination of 1 April 2010, in particular, for the purposes of the incremental allowance payable to a chief executive officer after three years of continuous service and the allowance of $5,000 per annum payable to a chief executive officer.

The Tribunal has also taken the opportunity to change the names of two positions in the Department of Treasury, namely:

  • Executive Director, Agency Resources has changed to Executive Director, Infrastructure and Finance; and
  • Executive Director, Finance has changed to Executive Director, Strategic Policy and Evaluation.

The Tribunal has been advised that the change in job titles has not significantly altered the responsibilities of these offices.

DETERMINATION

The determination of the Salaries and Allowances Tribunal made on 1 April 2010 under sections 6(1)(c), (d) and (e) of the Salaries and Allowances Act 1975, as amended from time to time, is hereby varied by a further determination set out below effective from 1 May 2010.

Replace the First Schedule with the following:

HOLDERS OF OFFICES INCLUDED IN THE SPECIAL DIVISION OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE AND PRESCRIBED OFFICES

Pursuant to section 6(1)(d) and (e) of the Salaries and Allowances Act 1975 the Salaries and Allowances Tribunal determines the remuneration to be paid to the officers of the Public Service who hold offices included in the Special Division and those who hold Prescribed Offices.  The remuneration is effective from 1 May 2010.

PART 1 – REMUNERATION AND OFFICES

 

Tenured Remuneration

Non-tenured Remuneration

Group 1

Minimum

$145,821

$174,986

 

Maximum

$154,691

$185,629

Group 2

Minimum

$166,275

$199,528

 

Maximum

$178,603

$214,324

Group 3

Minimum

$206,163

$247,395

 

Maximum

$225,735

$270,880

Group 4

Minimum

$266,280

$319,535

 

Maximum

$292,627

$351,151

The remuneration is inclusive of Annual Leave Loading. This was effective from 1 August 2000.

Special Division Offices

Department or Agency

Position

Classification

Agriculture and Food

Director General*

Group 3 Maximum

Alcohol and Drug Authority

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 1 Maximum

Attorney General

Director General*

Group 3 Minimum

Attorney General

Executive Director, Courts and Tribunal Services

Group 1 Maximum

Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 1 Maximum

ChemCentre

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 1 Minimum

Child Protection

Director General*

Group 3 Maximum

Commerce

Director General*

Group 3 Minimum

Commerce

WorkSafe Western Australia Commissioner

Group 1 Maximum

Commerce

Commissioner for Fair Trading

Group 1 Maximum

Communities

Director General*

Group 2 Maximum

Corrective Services

Commissioner*

Group 3 Maximum

Corrective Services

Deputy Commissioner, Community & Juvenile Justice

Group 1 Maximum

Corrective Services

Deputy Commissioner, Adult Custodial

Group 1 Maximum

Corrective Services

Deputy Commissioner, Offender Management and Professional Standards

Group 1 Minimum

Culture and the Arts

Director General*

Group 2 Minimum

Curriculum Council of Western Australia

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 2 Minimum

Disability Services Commission

Director General*

Group 3 Minimum

East Perth Redevelopment Authority

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 2 Maximum

Education

Director General*

Group 4 Maximum

Education

Deputy Director General, Finance and Administration

Group 3 Minimum

Education

Deputy Director General, Schools

Group 2 Maximum

Education Services

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 2 Minimum

Office of Energy

Coordinator of Energy*

Group 2 Maximum

Environment and Conservation

Director General*

Group 3 Maximum

Environment and Conservation

Deputy Director General, Parks and Conservation

Group 2 Minimum

Environment and Conservation

Deputy Director General, Environment

Group 2 Minimum

Fisheries

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 3 Minimum

Fire and Emergency Services

Chief Operations Officer

Group 1 Maximum

Health

Executive Director, Chief Finance Officer

Group 2 Maximum

Health

Executive Director, Health Systems Support

Group 2 Minimum

Mental Health Commission

Commissioner*

Group 2 Maximum

Housing

Director General*

Group 4 Minimum

Indigenous Affairs

Commissioner for Aboriginal Planning*

Group 2 Maximum

Department of the Registrar, Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission

Registrar*

Group 1 Minimum

Western Australian Land Information Authority

Chief Executive*

Group 2 Maximum

Western Australian Land Information Authority

Valuer General

Group 1 Minimum

Local Government

Director General*

Group 2 Maximum

Metropolitan Cemeteries Board

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 1 Maximum

Midland Redevelopment Authority

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 1 Minimum

Mines and Petroleum

Director General*

Group 3 Minimum

Mines and Petroleum

Deputy Director General, Approvals

Group 2 Minimum

Planning

Director General*

Group 4 Minimum

Western Australian Police Service

Executive Director Corporate Services

Group 2 Maximum

Premier and Cabinet

Director General*

Group 4 Maximum

Premier and Cabinet

Deputy Director General, Domestic Policy

Group 3 Maximum

Premier and Cabinet

Deputy Director General, Strategic Reform and Development

Group 3 Maximum

Premier and Cabinet

Assistant Director General, State Security and Emergency Co-ordination

Group 2 Minimum

Premier and Cabinet

Executive Director, Cabinet and Policy Division

Group 2 Minimum

Premier and Cabinet

Executive Director, Cabinet and Policy Division

Group 2 Minimum

Premier and Cabinet

Executive Director, Cabinet and Policy Division

Group 2 Minimum

Premier and Cabinet

Executive Director, Cabinet and Policy Division

Group 2 Minimum

Public Sector Commission

Commissioner*

Group 4 Maximum

Public Sector Commission

Deputy Commissioner, Strategic Policy and Planning

Group 2 Maximum

Public Sector Commission

Deputy Commissioner, Agency Support

Group 2 Minimum

Public Sector Commission

Deputy Commissioner, Capability and Development

Group 2 Minimum

Public Transport Authority

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 3 Maximum

Racing, Gaming and Liquor

Director General*

Group 2 Maximum

Regional Development and Lands

Director General*

Group 2 Maximum

Rottnest Island Authority

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 1 Maximum

Small Business Development Corporation

Managing Director*

Group 1 Minimum

Sport and Recreation

Director General*

Group 2 Maximum

State Development

Director General*

Group 4 Minimum

State Development

Deputy Director General, State Initiatives

Group 2 Maximum

State Development

Deputy Director General, Development

Group 2 Minimum

State Supply Commission

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 1 Maximum

Training and Workforce Development

Director General*

Group 3 Maximum

Department of Transport

Director General*

Group 4 Minimum

Department of Transport

Deputy Director General, Policy, Planning and Investment

Group 3 Minimum

Department of Transport

Managing Director, Main Roads Western Australia

Group 3 Minimum

Department of Transport

Managing Director, Public Transport Authority

Group 3 Minimum

Department of Transport

Managing Director, Transport Services

Group 3 Minimum

Treasury and Finance

Under Treasurer *

Group 4 Maximum

Treasury and Finance

Deputy Under Treasurer

Group 3 Minimum

Treasury and Finance

Executive Director, Building Management and Works

Group 3 Minimum

Treasury and Finance

Executive Director, Strategic Policy and Evaluation

Group 2 Minimum

Treasury and Finance

Executive Director, Infrastructure and Finance

Group 2 Minimum

Treasury and Finance

Executive Director, Economic

Group 2 Minimum

Treasury and Finance

Executive Director, Office of Government Procurement

Group 2 Minimum

Treasury and Finance

Commissioner State Revenue

Group 2 Minimum

Treasury and Finance

Executive Director, Shared Services

Group 2 Minimum

Water

Director General*

Group 2 Minimum

WorkCover Western Australian Authority

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 1 Maximum

Zoological Parks Authority

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 1 Maximum

Prescribed Offices

Department or Agency

Position

Classification

Office of the Auditor General

Auditor General*

Group 4 Minimum

Office of the Auditor General

Deputy Auditor General

Group 2 Minimum

Office of the Commissioner for Children and Young People

Commissioner*

Group 1 Maximum

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

Director of Public Prosecutions*

See Fourth Schedule

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions

See Fourth Schedule

Western Australian Electoral Commission

Electoral Commissioner*

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Electoral Commission

Deputy Electoral Commissioner

$136,505

 

Equal Opportunity Commissioner

Commissioner for Equal Opportunity*

Group 1 Maximum

Fire and Emergency Services

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 3 Minimum

Forest Products Commission

General Manager*

Group 2 Minimum, but determined as Group 2 Maximum for the duration of the current contract with Dr Biggs.

Office of Health Review

Director*

Group 1 Maximum

Office of the Information Commissioner

Information Commissioner *

Group 1 Minimum

Office of the Inspector of Custodial Services

Inspector of Custodial Services*

Group 1 Maximum

Library Board of Western Australia

State Librarian*

Group 1 Maximum

Main Roads

Commissioner of Main Roads*

Group 3 Maximum

Mental Health Review Board

 

President

Group 1 Minimum, but determined as Group 1 Maximum for the duration of the current contract with Mr Allen.

Parliamentary Commissioner for Administrative Investigations

Commissioner*

Group 3 Minimum

Parliamentary Commissioner for Administrative Investigations

Deputy Commissioner

Group 1 Minimum

Western Australian Museum

Director of the Museum*

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Commissioner *

Group 4 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Deputy Commissioner Operations

Group 3 Minimum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Traffic and Operations

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner North Metropolitan Region

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner South Metropolitan Region

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Counter Terrorism and State Protection

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Specialist Crime

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Professional Development

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Judicial Services

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Corruption Prevention and Investigation

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Regional WA

Group 1 Maximum

Office of the Public Sector Standards Commissioner

Commissioner for Public Sector Standards*

Group 3 Minimum

Western Australian Tourism Commission

Chief Executive Officer*

$225,000

 

Prescribed Offices

Department or Agency

Position

Classification

Office of the Auditor General

Auditor General*

Group 4 Minimum

Office of the Auditor General

Deputy Auditor General

Group 2 Minimum

Office of the Commissioner for Children and Young People

Commissioner*

Group 1 Maximum

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

Director of Public Prosecutions*

See Fourth Schedule

Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions

See Fourth Schedule

Western Australian Electoral Commission

Electoral Commissioner*

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Electoral Commission

Deputy Electoral Commissioner

$136,505

 

Equal Opportunity Commissioner

Commissioner for Equal Opportunity*

Group 1 Maximum

Fire and Emergency Services

Chief Executive Officer*

Group 3 Minimum

Forest Products Commission

General Manager*

Group 2 Minimum, but determined as Group 2 Maximum for the duration of the current contract with Dr Biggs.

Office of Health Review

Director*

Group 1 Maximum

Office of the Information Commissioner

Information Commissioner *

Group 1 Minimum

Office of the Inspector of Custodial Services

Inspector of Custodial Services*

Group 1 Maximum

Library Board of Western Australia

State Librarian*

Group 1 Maximum

Main Roads

Commissioner of Main Roads*

Group 3 Maximum

Mental Health Review Board

 

President

Group 1 Minimum, but determined as Group 1 Maximum for the duration of the current contract with Mr Allen.

Parliamentary Commissioner for Administrative Investigations

Commissioner*

Group 3 Minimum

Parliamentary Commissioner for Administrative Investigations

Deputy Commissioner

Group 1 Minimum

Western Australian Museum

Director of the Museum*

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Commissioner *

Group 4 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Deputy Commissioner Operations

Group 3 Minimum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Traffic and Operations

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner North Metropolitan Region

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner South Metropolitan Region

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Counter Terrorism and State Protection

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Specialist Crime

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Professional Development

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Judicial Services

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Corruption Prevention and Investigation

Group 1 Maximum

Western Australian Police Service

Assistant Commissioner Regional WA

Group 1 Maximum

Office of the Public Sector Standards Commissioner

Commissioner for Public Sector Standards*

Group 3 Minimum

Western Australian Tourism Commission

Chief Executive Officer*

$225,000

1.1   Those offices marked with an asterisk (*) in this Part are designated to be chief executive officers for the purposes of Parts 3 and 4 of this determination.

1.2   A person holding more than one Special Division or Prescribed Office, shall receive remuneration for one such office only, being the office classified or remunerated at the highest level.

PART 2 – NON-TENURED REMUNERATION

2.1   Non-tenured remuneration is payable to:

2.1.1   A person holding a Prescribed Office for the purposes of section 6(1)(e) of the Salaries and Allowances Act and who is appointed on a fixed term contract without any guarantee of continued employment at the expiration of such term.

2.1.2   An officer holding an office included in the Special Division of the Public Service for the purposes of section 6(1)(d) of the Salaries and Allowances Act 1975, who is appointed under the provisions of the Public Sector Management Act 1994 on a fixed term contract without any right of continued employment at the expiration of such term.

2.1.3   An officer for the purposes of 6(1)(d) or (e) of the Salaries and Allowances Act 1975 who does not elect to retain a right of return as provided in section 58 of the Public Sector Management Act 1994.

2.1.4   A commissioned police officer whose previous commission is revoked upon appointment as Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner or Assistant Commissioner and who is appointed for a fixed term with no right of return to commissioned rank.

2.2   Non-tenured remuneration is calculated by adding twenty-percent to the determined tenured remuneration.  Unless otherwise indicated, remuneration shown in Part 1 is at the tenured rate.

PART 3 – INCREMENTAL ALLOWANCE

3.1   A person holding an office for the purposes of section 6(1)(d) or (e) of the Salaries and Allowances Act 1975 that is designated as a chief executive officer in Part 1 of this determination, on completion of three years of continuous service, including acting service, at the same level, is entitled to receive by way of allowance a one step increment to the next classification level.  The incremental allowance does not constitute a basis for any further increments.

3.2   Where a person is appointed as an office holder at a higher level, their previous continuous service at that level shall be counted toward their qualifying period for an incremental allowance regardless of whether their previous service was as a result of:

3.2.1   having qualified for a one step increment to that level in a previous position;

3.2.2   being directed or appointed to act at that level in one or more positions; or

3.2.3   being appointed as an office holder at that level.

3.3   For example, under the entitlement, a chief executive officer classified at Group 2 Minimum would receive an allowance to Group 2 Maximum, or if classified at Group 3 Maximum would receive an allowance to Group 4 Minimum.  The incremental remuneration level for eligible persons classified at the Group 4 Maximum level is –

Tenured     $321,889; and

Non-tenured     $386,267.

3.4   Persons in receipt of a “personal remuneration” or a special allowance are not entitled to receive the abovementioned incremental remuneration unless specifically determined by the Tribunal.  The incremental allowance is payable where an allowance attaches to the position itself.

3.5   The value of the motor vehicle set out in Part 5 is to be assessed on the actual classification held – that is, receipt of the incremental allowance does not involve upward adjustment of the motor vehicle entitlement.

PART 4 – CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER ALLOWANCE

4.1   In addition to the amount payable under Parts 1, 2 and 3 of this determination, a person holding an office for the purposes of section 6(1)(d) or (e) of the Salaries and Allowances Act 1975 that is designated as a chief executive officer in Part 1 of this determination, is entitled to receive an amount of $5,000 per annum.

4.2   A person holding more than one office designated as a chief executive officer in Part 1 of this determination, shall not be paid more than one payment of $5,000 per annum under this Part.

4.3   This shall not affect the entitlement of any office holder to an incremental allowance to which they would otherwise be entitled as a chief executive officer under Part 3 of this determination.

PART 5 – MOTOR VEHICLES

Section 1: General

1.1   In addition to the remuneration determined for the officers and persons holding offices listed in Part 1, the office holders have an entitlement to a motor vehicle for private use provided through State Fleet in accordance with the criteria below.

1.2   The provision of vehicles remains an administrative responsibility of the Department to manage in a cost effective manner.

1.3   A person holding more than one Special Division or Prescribed Office, shall be entitled to a motor vehicle or cash in lieu of a motor vehicle for one such office only, being the office classified or remunerated at the highest level.

1.4   An individual accessing a vehicle under this Part shall take due care of the condition and security of the vehicle.  This includes responsibility for ensuring the vehicle is regularly serviced and maintained at government expense according to the manufacturer’s recommended specifications, and making arrangements for off-street parking at home, whenever practicable, with appropriate security precautions taken at all times.  Any theft or damage, however slight, should be reported to the Fleet Manager with a view to repairs being effected at the earliest opportunity.

1.5   While the vehicle may be used anywhere in Western Australia at no cost to the individual, if the vehicle is driven interstate, the individual is liable for the cost of fuel and oil while interstate.  Furthermore, if used outside of Western Australia, the custodian must be in the vehicle at all times that it is being used.

1.6   Should the officer choose not to use the vehicle, supplied through State Fleet, for business, or for travelling to and from work, but allows and authorises the vehicle to be used for private use during business hours by another family member or person, he/she is not entitled to access another government vehicle for his/her private use.

1.7   Should the officer choose to take cash in lieu of a motor vehicle supplied through State Fleet, he/she is not entitled to claim a mileage allowance for use of their private vehicle for work purposes.

Section 2: Benchmark Vehicle

2.1   Where a Benchmark Vehicle is sought through State Fleet, the entitlement is to one of the following vehicles, subject to anticipated market changes of vehicle models.

Classification

Benchmark Vehicle (6 cylinder)

Below Group 1 Minimum

Ford Falcon XT or Holden Commodore Omega

Group 1 Minimum to Group 2 Minimum

Ford G6 (including safety pack) or Holden Berlina

Group 2 Maximum and above

Ford G6E or Holden Calais

For a position where a remuneration is determined in lieu of a classification

The tenured remuneration of the position should be compared to the tenured remuneration for the Group 1 to Group 4 range and the appropriate value obtained

Section 3: Non-Benchmark Vehicle

3.1   Where a vehicle and accessories other than a Benchmark Vehicle is sought through State Fleet, the difference in cost to Government:

  • where greater, is to be paid fortnightly by the individual; or
  • where lesser, is to be paid fortnightly as part of the individual’s remuneration.

3.2   The method of determining whether an additional contribution must be made by the individual or the surplus paid as part of remuneration shall be based on the actual cost to Government of the vehicle sought (using the formula detailed below), compared against the more expensive of the Benchmark Vehicles mentioned above.  The cost at the time of entering into the lease is applicable.

3.3   Where an individual wishes to obtain a motor vehicle that varies from the Benchmark Vehicle, the motor vehicle costs must include the lease cost, Fringe Benefits Tax and all other operating costs based on the relevant figure of nominated kilometres to be travelled annually.  The formula to be adopted in valuing the motor vehicle is:

L + R + aD + FBT, where

 L = Lease payments
 R =

Registration costs

 a = Running cost per kilometre
 D = nominated annual kilometres*
 FBT = nominated annual kilometres*

*Note:  To the extent that in line with State Fleet policy agencies may in practice already have adopted this approach (i.e. departed from the originally specified 20,000 km per annum calculation base) this is endorsed.

3.4   FBT is costed at applicable Australian Taxation Office rates. For the year ending 31 March 2011 FBT is costed at purchase price (including GST) x Statutory fraction x Gross up (2.0647) x FBT rate (0.465)

3.5   Fringe Benefits Tax Exempt Agencies:  Where an organisation is exempt from FBT in accordance with Commonwealth Government legislation, a notional amount equal to the standard FBT must be added to the cost of the benefit.

3.6   Should an officer choose other than a Benchmark Vehicle, it may have implications on their superannuable remuneration.

3.7   Non-chief executive officers who wish to vary from the Benchmark Vehicle must also obtain the approval of their chief executive officer for the make and model of vehicle required.

3.8   The cost of vehicle accessories over and above those available to Senior Executive Service members as set out in the “WA Government Fleet Policy and Guidelines” should be borne by the individual.

3.9   In most instances the Fleet Manager will provide a total costing for each vehicle.

Section 4: Cash Value

4.1   Where a person elects not to be provided with a motor vehicle through State Fleet he/she is entitled to the cash value being paid fortnightly as additional remuneration.  The cash values are paid in accordance with the following criteria.

Classification

Cash Value

Below Group 1 Minimum

$19,600

Group 1 Minimum to Group 2 Minimum

$20,300

Group 2 Maximum and above

$22,600

For a position where a remuneration is determined in lieu of a classification

The tenured remuneration of the position should be compared to the tenured remuneration for the Group 1 to Group 4 range and the appropriate value obtained

PART 6 – REMUNERATION PACKAGE VALUE

Section 1: General

1.1   For the purposes of calculating the value of the remuneration package the employer cost of superannuation should be included in addition to the remuneration and the amount determined by the Tribunal for the motor vehicle provided.

1.2   Motor Vehicle:  Part 5 contains the determination as to the value ascribed to the motor vehicle that will be provided or the amount that can be taken in lieu of a vehicle.  Should an officer choose to take cash in lieu of a vehicle, it may have implications on their Gold State superannuable remuneration.  A key issue here is that the Cash Value of the vehicle is not included in the officer’s remuneration for Gold State superannuation purposes.  Also if the officer chooses a vehicle with a value below the benchmark vehicle then the surplus returned in additional remuneration is not included in the officer’s remuneration for Gold State superannuation purposes.

1.3   An initial guide on this issue can be obtained on the Government Employees’ Superannuation Board’s (GESB) website at www.gesb.wa.gov.au/employers. (Then go to Publications and Forms, Guides, Salaries and Allowances Guide. Then use the Bookmark tag on the left hand side of the screen to scroll to Part Two, Salaries and Allowances Index and scroll to ‘in lieu of a motor vehicle’ heading.)  Further information can be obtained from the GESB’s Members’ Services Centre. 

1.4   Superannuation:  Due to the closure of superannuation schemes over the past years, it is not possible to prescribe the value per person of the superannuation benefit.  It is generally assumed that where a person was a member of the Western Australian public sector prior to the 30 December 1995, the value of superannuation is twelve per cent of basic remuneration.  For those who joined after that date, the superannuable component is in accordance with that required under the Superannuation Guarantee Levy.

1.5   Individuals should seek advice from their relevant fund manager or financial adviser in respect of matters mentioned above that might affect their superannuable remuneration.

1.6   Special Division and Prescribed Office holders are entitled to participate in salary packaging arrangements for superannuation and novated leases.  Those arrangements can be effected in accordance with the “Guidelines for Salary Packaging in the WA Public Sector” document, which can be accessed at:

http://www.docep.wa.gov.au/LabourRelations/PDF/Circulars/7_07.pdf.

 

Signed at Perth this 11th day of November 2010.

 

W S Coleman AM C A Broadbent B J Moore
CHAIRMAN MEMBER MEMBER


SALARIES AND ALLOWANCES TRIBUNAL

 

Acknowledgement of Country

The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.