A report submitted to B-C’s finance minister has found that staff at Kwantlen Polytechnic University did not properly disclose guidelines for executive compensation.
Back in April, B-C’s Advanced Education Minister, Amrik Virk, faced allegations that he funnelled $100,000 from Kwantlen’s bursary money to top up the school’s incoming president’s salary.
Virk was chair of the university’s human resources committee at the time, and he said it was a problem with reporting practises.
But now a review says Virk was in the wrong.
The review makes several recommendations, including having the advanced education ministry and employer groups hold a one-day disclosure session each year.