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The County of DuPage
Wheaton, Illinois
 

Employee Compensation

*******NOTICE*******
COUNTY OF DUPAGE
OPEN MEETINGS ACT (5 ILSC 120/7.3)
TOTAL COMPENSATION REPORT

 In compliance with the Open Meetings Act (5 ILCS 120/7.3), DuPage County posts compensation reports as follows:

Pursuant to the Open Meetings Act, 5 ILCS 120/7.3, after publication of this notice, the County Board may set the salaries of the following employee(s):

                     None at this time. 

 

        These reports outline the projected compensation for all County of DuPage positions.  The compensation reports include:

        • Base Salary for both full-time and part-time employees
        • Ancillary pay is reflected in the following amounts:
          • Annual vehicle allowance
          • Year-to-date clothing allowance
          • Year-to-date beeper/pager
          • Year-to-date certificate/license
        • Annual sick time benefit days
        • Annual vacation time benefit days
        • Annual personal days
        • Annual holidays (holidays are determined by County Board or the 18th Circuit Court Chief Judge)
        • Pension participation and program
        • Health insurance eligibility (employees eligible for health insurance benefits may choose to opt-out of County health coverage and may choose to receive an opt-out payment of $50/month).

           

            PRIOR YEAR'S COMPENSATION DATA

            The above reports provide the following information.

            • The pay compensation is reflective of the calendar year.
            • Pay compensation includes base wages, along with other compensation including clothing allowance, phone/beeper pay, vehicle allowance, certificate or license, retro pay, stipends, shift bonus, emergency call out, compensatory time, lump sum distribution, and paid time off.
            • Job classification and benefit status reflective as of December 31 of each calendar year.

              The above reports are total compensation reports from each respective year.

              NOTE: