Archived - Staffing Management Accountability Framework Indicators 2012-2013

Small, Medium, Large and Micro organizations 2012-2013

*Reporting required in 2012-2013.

Intended Effects: Progress with Key Success Factors

Delegation of Staffing to Deputy Heads

DEL-1: Mechanisms in place to ensure that sub-delegated managers comply with their sub-delegated authorities
DEL-2: Staffing Management Framework ensures monitoring of key staffing areas
DEL-3: Appointment policies are current

Planning for Staffing and Monitoring of Results

PLN-1: Staffing strategies support organizational staffing priorities and align with current and future needs
PLN-2: Extent to which expected results for staffing are assessed; Adjustments made as required

Organizational HR Support

SUP-1: Managers’ satisfaction with quality of overall staffing services
SUP-2: PE capacity: (a) PEs by population base; and (b) PEs by volume of staffing
SUP-3: Participation in continuous learning by staffing advisors

Organizational Accountability for Results

*OAR-1: Staffing performance deficiencies identified in feedback from the PSC are corrected in a timely fashion

Intended Effects: Improved Outcomes

Results: Flexibility and Efficiency

FLX/EFF-1: Managers’ satisfaction with flexibility to carry out staffing processes in an efficient manner
FLX/EFF-2: Length of time for hiring process
FLX/EFF-3: Candidates’ satisfaction regarding duration of appointment process

Results: Effectiveness and Adherence to Staffing Values

  • Merit
  • Non-partisanship
  • Representativeness
  • Access
  • Fairness
  • Transparency


MER-1: Managers’ satisfaction with quality of hires
*MER-2: Official Language qualifications in staffing
MER-3: Candidates’ perceptions on whether they were assessed for actual job requirements of the position
MER-4: Candidates’ perceptions on whether the posted qualifications and criteria for positions are bias‑free and barrier-free
*MER-5: Investigations into staffing:a) PSC;b) In-house
MER-6: Candidates’ perceptions on whether the people hired in the work unit can do the job.


*NP-1: Respondent’s perceptions on their level of awareness of their legal rights and responsibilities as a public servant, regarding political activities.


REP-1: Staffing-related provisions or initiatives to increase representativeness


ACC-1: Percentage of external appointments that are non-advertised: a) non-EX group; b) EX group
ACC-2: Percentage of internal appointments that are non-advertised: a) non-EX group; b) EX group


FAIR-1: Candidates’ perceptions of the fairness of the assessment process
FAIR-2: Percentage of acting appointments with subsequent indeterminate appointment at the same occupational group and level within the same organization
FAIR-3: Percentage of new indeterminate hires coming from (a) casual and
(b) term positions within the same organization
FAIR-4: Candidates’ perceptions on whether staffing processes to select employees for the work unit are done fairly
*FAIR-5: Organizations effectively manage priority entitlements


TRANS-1: Organizational staffing priorities and strategies are communicated on organizations’ websites; and contents are clearly communicated to managers, employees and employees’ representatives where applicable
TRANS-2: Candidates’ perceptions of openness and transparency in internal staffing

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