The Leader-Post reports big pay hikes for the heads of Saskatchewan Crowns.
SaskTel president and CEO Robert Watson was among those at the highest-paid end of the list, with 2007 remuneration of $295,051 -- about $61,000 more than in 2006, based on data released by the government Monday.Want to know more about salaries and 3rd party payments from Saskatchewan Crown Corporations? Just click here.
In addition, Watson received a $45,811 incentive in early 2008 -- the highest amount among the 48 executives who received such a bonus based on their work in 2007....
Remuneration and incentives to some other Crown presidents and CEOs were as follows for 2007, based on the documents:
- $269,830 (compared to remuneration in 2006 of $229,675) for SaskEnergy's Doug Kelln, plus a short-term incentive of $40,171;
- $262,080 ($226,531 in 2006) for Pat Youzwa at SaskPower, plus an incentive of $31,208;
- $271,762 ($238,047 in 2006) to Jon Schubert of SGI, and a $41,690 incentive;
- $242,378 to Ron Styles at CIC, and an incentive of $30,191.