City of Windsor and ENWIN 2022 Public Salary Disclosure
(for 2021 compensation)
City of Windsor
In accordance with the Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act (PSSDA), the City of Windsor is making public the salaries and benefits paid to employees who earned $100,000 or more as reported on the Canada Revenue Agency T4 slip.
The attached report discloses amounts paid as salary and as taxable benefits to those employees who earned more than $100,000 in 2021. It should be noted, however, that in many cases the amounts include such one-time payment items as acting pay, overtime, retroactive payments, adjustments required by pay equity legislation, and/or settlements that do not form part of the normal ongoing base salary of employees. More specifically, in 2021 there was a multi-year contract that resulted in one-time retroactive payments to a large number of employees covering a number of past years.
The Corporation of the City of Windsor is a municipal organization with current annual budgets of $889 million operating and $183 million capital, and it currently employs 3,839 staff.
ENWIN Group of Companies
In keeping with the commitment made by its shareholder, the Corporation of the City of Windsor, the ENWIN Group of Companies (ENWIN) is disclosing the 2021 compensation of employees serving in senior executive positions.
The Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act (PSSDA) is a provincial law that outlines public sector salary disclosure parameters. This law does not apply to electricity distribution companies and their affiliates. Therefore, companies like ENWIN, incorporated under Ontario’s Business Corporations Act (OBCA) generally do not disclose compensation information.
However, some of Ontario’s large energy companies follow the disclosure rules that are outlined for corporations listed on the stock exchanges, and for companies that obtain funds through certain debt markets. ENWIN is guided by the scope of disclosure demonstrated by these larger energy sector businesses, which, like ENWIN, are licensed and regulated by the Ontario Energy Board (OEB).
In the interest of transparency, with the support of the ENWIN boards, ENWIN senior executives have voluntarily consented to the disclosure of their remuneration.