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Executive Compensation Framework

The IESO is seeking feedback on a draft executive compensation framework. In September 2016, the Government of Ontario introduced a new Executive Compensation Framework with the introduction of Regulation 304/16: Executive Compensation Framework. Under the Broader Public Service Executive Compensation Act, 2014, all designated employers must have and post executive compensation programs for executives.

The draft framework reflects the IESO’s compensation philosophy, which is built with four key objectives:

  • To focus employees on meeting the IESO’s business objectives
  • To attract and retain qualified employees needed to carry out the IESO’s mandate
  • To have compensation levels which are reasonable, responsible and in compliance with provincial regulations
  • To provide generally comparable levels of compensation for jobs that provide generally similar levels of contribution to the organization

In this engagement, the draft executive compensation framework will be posted for 30 days. All feedback is welcome on the framework and can be sent to

Related Information

Regulation 304/16: Executive Compensation Framework

Broader Public Service Executive Compensation Act, 2014

Documents referenced on this page, but not posted, can be obtained by contacting with a link to the web page that lists the document and advise whether it needs to be provided in an accessible format. Please allow a minimum of one business day for a response.

Schedule of Activities



February 28, 2018

Final Executive Compensation Framework now posted

February 27, 2018

No feedback was received for this engagement

February 26, 2018

Feedback due

January 26, 2018

Draft Executive Compensation Framework