Corporate plans and annual reports

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Read the WCB’s current and past corporate plans and annual reports.

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The planning process

An integrated planning process supports the achievement of our organization’s strategic imperatives. Integration begins at the board level with strategic planning, continues through operational planning with executive management, and extends to tactical planning by divisions, business units and individuals. When completed successfully, our employees have a clear line of sight from their daily activities to the WCB’s long-term strategic success.

The strategic plan is rooted in the Meredith Principles and describes what the WCB holds to be true about Saskatchewan’s compensation system, our stakeholders, and the nature of our relationships with workers, employers and the people of Saskatchewan.

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*The WCB has adjusted its planning cycle. Planning work done in the fall of 2018 informed the new 2019-2021 Strategic and Operational Plan. Planning for the 2020-2022 cycle will be begin in the fall of 2019.

**Due to changes within our strategic planning process, the strategic plan published in 2014 was titled the 2015 – 2017 Strategic Plan, and includes an update on 2014 initiatives and plans.

Annual report and report to stakeholders

Section 175 of The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013  requires that the WCB submit an annual report to the Lieutenant Governor, giving information about our performance against our strategic and operational plan and financial statements.

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The report to stakeholders, produced from 2010 to 2015, complemented the annual report. It provided additional detail and outlined the organization’s progress towards the goals and objectives outlined in its current strategic and operational plan.

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To receive a digital copy of the publications above from any other year, please contact us.