The AAMDC wants to remind members that the deadline for the annual Alberta Municipal Compensation Survey is August 31, 2012. By participating in the survey, members will receive valuable comparative compensation data from municipalities across Alberta.

In June, all CAOs were sent an email invitation that provided each municipality with a unique ID to access the survey. If you have not received your invitation, or have any questions with respect to the 2012 Alberta Municipal Compensation Survey, please contact Banister Research & Consulting at (780) 451-4444, or by email at research@banister.ab.ca.

The Alberta Municipal Compensation Survey is an annual service offered by the AAMDC and AUMA/AMSC to provide municipalities with current compensation rates for both elected officials and employees. Survey respondents will receive aggregate summary reports as well as one customized report comparing 8 to 10 other participating municipalities.

Please note that results are only available to municipalities that participate in the survey.

Enquiries may be directed to:

Darren Reedy
Policy Analyst
780.955.4085

Gerald Rhodes
Executive Director
780.955.4077

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