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APS Remuneration report 2012

The APS Remuneration Report (the Report) is an annual snapshot of remuneration, including Base Salary and other remuneration related benefits and payments, across the whole Australian Public Service (APS) as at 31 December each year. This 2012 report is based on a snapshot of data collected as at 31 December 2012.

The Report provides APS agencies with:

  • information on remuneration by classification level;
  • comparisons with the 2011 APS Remuneration Report;
  • detail on the key components of remuneration packages; and
  • a total APS remuneration picture.

In this report

1. Background

2. Key remuneration components

  • Base Salary
  • Total Remuneration Package
  • Total Reward

3. Features of key remuneration components

  • Comparison of key remuneration components by classification
  • Motor vehicle allowances
  • Performance bonus
  • Superannuation

4. Payments in addition to key remuneration components

  • Acting classification
  • Geographic/locality allowance
  • Disability allowance
  • Additional duties/responsibilities allowance

5. Additional information

  • Employment instrument
  • Remuneration data by sex
  • Employment category

6. Historical data

7. Remuneration findings by classification

Appendixes

  1. Methodology
  2. Definitions
  3. APS agencies

List of tables and figures

1. Background

2. Key remuneration components

3. Features of key remuneration components

4. Payments in addition to key remuneration components

5.Additional information

6. Historical data

7. Remuneration findings by classification

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