The following tables disclose the remuneration of Productivity Commission senior executives and other highly paid individuals for the relevant reporting period. The disclosures are at an aggregate level, within dollar ranges (or bands) and indicate the number within each band.
Table A includes the average annual reportable remuneration paid to substantive executives during the reporting period (including part year senior executives who have been promoted, transferred or ceased during the period).
Table B includes details for other individuals whose reportable remuneration was $200,001 or more for the reporting period.
|Total remuneration||Executives No.||Average Reportable Salary ($)||Average Contributed superannuation ($)||Average Total remuneration ($)|
$200,000 and less
$200,001 to $225,000
$225,001 to $250,000
$250,001 to $275,000
Total number of executives
|Total remuneration||Highly Paid Individuals No.||Average Reportable Salary ($)||Average Contributed superannuation ($)||Average Total remuneration ($)|
$200,001 to $250,000
Total number of other highly paid individuals
Under the Privacy Act 1988 an individual’s remuneration information is personal information. For the purposes of disclosure, where an individual could reasonably be identified (for example, where there is only one or a small number of people in a salary range) an individual is required to provide consent for their remuneration to be published. Table A does not include three executives who have not provided consent to publish information. Table B adopts a banding threshold to mitigate the risk that an individual could reasonably be identified.
There were no reportable allowances or bonuses paid.
As Holders of Public Office, information about the remuneration of the Chair, Deputy Chair and Commissioners can be found on the Remuneration Tribunal website.