APS Remuneration Survey. 2013. Your presenter. Christopher Giuliano APS Remuneration Survey data collection, compilation, tabulation APSED. Survey overview. Annual snapshot of remuneration across the APS Findings presented in two reports: overall APS report
See Instructional Video 5 on the APS Remuneration web page.
Any employee that started a Graduate Program during the year should be classified as a Graduate regardless of their classification as at the Date of Effect. If they have been advanced from a Graduate, please show their Base Salary as at their last day as a Graduate.
If an employee had a motor vehicle for part of the year and cash in lieu of a motor vehicle for the remainder of the year please annualise the cost of whichever has been provided to the employee for the majority of the year.
That is, please report either motor vehicle or cash in lieu of motor vehicle but not both.
Remuneration data for employees on higher duties should be reported at the base classification level for that employee. That is, base salary should be recorded as per their classification group. Remuneration data relating to higher duties/paid classification should be included under higher duties salary (Data Item 35).
Agencies need only to report on employees on higher duties for a consecutive period of 90 days or more as at the Date of Effect (i.e. since 3 October).
Agencies should NOT report periods of higher duties if:
An annualised and full-time equivalent (FTE) approach is necessary. For employees who are part-time, worked part of the year, are on compensation leave, graduated return to work etc., please adjust and report those employees’ details as if they were working full-time for the entire year.