USask plans to revamp public disclosure practices following review

July 25, 2017

The University of Saskatchewan says that in the coming months, it will move to create a more user-friendly way of tracking the way it compensates its employees. USask Vice President of Human Resources Cheryl Carver says that the school is also currently completing a review of its public disclosure policies. “We feel that while we do publicly disclose … the information, it’s not necessarily easy to interpret or easy to find,” said Carver. “So we’re looking at ways we can improve the transparency of that information in order to make it a bit more user-friendly … so that people can understand it.” Carver adds that plans will likely be in place by the end of the year. Sasktoon StarPhoenix