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Terms of Employment for OSMH Senior Team

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Terms of Employment

Pat

Campbell

Doug

Murray

Christopher Cecchini 

Cheryl Harrison

Kari

Simpson-Adams

Title:

President and Chief Executive Officer

Executive VP – Corporate Services, and CFO

Senior Director & Chief Human Resources Officer

VP – Regional Patient Programs

Program Director, Local Patient Programs & Chief Nursing Executive

Term:

Permanent positions.

Effective June 23, 2014.

Effective July 25, 2011.

 

Note: Agreed to attend several days of meetings without pay before starting in this position.

Effective November 1, 2016.

 

 

 

Effective July 14, 2008.

 

Note: Attended several meetings prior to start date.

 

 

 

 

Effective December 1, 2015

Current Annual Rate of Pay:

Annual rates of pay are determined by establishing an hourly rate.  The actual annual salary will vary slightly on leap year when there is an extra day or on years when there is an extra pay period.

$270,000

$180,000

$128,583

$150,000

$129,000

Pay Increases

N/A

Title and Accountability changes effective November 1, 2015 resulted in an increase.

 

Starting salary was $130,000. Salary was to be reviewed after 6 months and, provided satisfactory performance achieved, base salary to increase to $140,000. No other salary changes.

Starting salary of $129,000 to be reviewed and adjusted based on results of a formal job evaluation process in 2016/17.

Compensation at Risk (Pay at Risk program):

The pay at risk program uses base pay, which is "at risk" based on meeting the expectations outlined on the Pay Allocation Plan submitted with the QIP. For the 2011/2012 fiscal year, the pay at risk program places 3% of the annual rate of pay at risk. It is not money in addition to the annual rate of pay.

5%

3%

3%

3%

3%

Vacation:

Follows the contract.

5 weeks

6 weeks

5 weeks

6 weeks

6 weeks

Management Compensation Time:

This program is open to all management staff in lieu of time worked in excess of normally scheduled hours.

1 week

-

1 week

-

1 week

Hospital Stat Holidays:

Follows hospital policy for management and excluded staff.

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Continuing Education:

Support up to $15,000 during course of employment.

 

External Activities

Up to 2 weeks per year to act as Surveyor for Accreditation Canada.

 

Benefits Plan

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Parking:

Monthly parking is open to staff for a monthly fee which is deducted from the annual rate of pay

Monthly fee deducted from pay

Monthly fee deducted from pay

Monthly fee deducted from pay

Monthly fee deducted from pay

Monthly fee deducted from pay

Professional Association Fees:

Executive positions require memberships in many different associations.

To a maximum of $3,000.

As approved by CEO.

As approved by CEO.

As approved by CEO.

As approved by

CEO.

Moving Expenses:

Moving expenses are relative to the distance the Executive has to move.

Maximum of $10,000 with receipts.

Maximum of $10,000 with receipts.

 

 

Termination without Cause:

This payment covers circumstances where the Executive is released from their position without cause.

12 months

6 months plus 1 additional month per year of service to a maximum of 24 months.

6 months plus 1 additional month per year of service to a maximum of 24 months.

6 months plus 1 additional month per year of service to a maximum of 24 months.

6 months plus 1 additional month per year of service to a maximum of 24 months.

Lump Sum:

Severance agreements often outline what happens when the Executive finds employment before the end of the salary continuance period ends.  These terms reduce the severance cost to the Hospital.

If alternate employment obtained during termination continuance period, Executive receives a lump sum payment equivalent to 50% of payment remaining.

If alternate employment obtained during termination continuance period, Executive receives a lump sum payment equivalent to 50% of payment remaining.

If alternate employment obtained during termination continuance period, Executive receives a lump sum payment equivalent to 50% of payment remaining.

If alternate employment obtained during termination continuance period, Executive receives a lump sum payment equivalent to 50% of payment remaining.

If alternate employment obtained during termination continuance period, Executive receives a lump sum payment equivalent to 50% of payment remaining.

SERPs, RRSP Contribution, Car Allowances, Other Payments:

These types of payments do not exist

No

No

No

No

No

 

 

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