LHHR 10-07: Amendments to the Public Service Employment Regulations
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The Public Service Commission (PSC) recently amended the Public Service Employment Regulations (PSER). These amendments:
- Repeal the priority right for persons employed in an excluded position in the Office of the Governor General’s Secretary;
- Clarify certain provisions with respect to the priority rights for employees who become disabled, members of the Canadian Forces and of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police who are released or discharged for medical reasons and persons entitled to the reinstatement priority; and
- Establish a new priority right for surviving spouses or common-law partners of employees, members of the Canadian Forces and members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police whose death is attributable to the performance of duties.
The attached document provides a detailed description of the amendments to the PSER.
c.c.: Chiefs of Staffing
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