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Public service workforce

Jan 18, 2018 ...Public service workforce Read policy guidance and get answers to questions about terms of employment for the public service and how employees can be transferred to other positions within or between departments. Services and information Casual workers Get information on hiring workers for 90 days or less. Secondments and assignments Find information about

Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

Feb 5, 2020 ... and guidelines Treasury Board policies and related instruments for organizations across the Government of Canada. Open government How government is creating greater transparency and accountability, strengthening democracy, and driving innovation. Public service workforce Guidance about terms of employment and how employees can transfer to other positions in government

Annual Report 2018-19: Building tomorrow’s public service today

Feb 6, 2020 ... and workforce are evolving. The skills that have established a public service ranked among the best in the world are not enough to sustain it. Canada needs a public service that can continually adapt to the pace of change, and this public service needs to hire for the future. While artificial and augmented intelligence and automation promise a more effective public


Nov 18, 2002 ...Self-identification Self-identification is about you. It is about your participation to ensure accurate information on the composition of the Public Service workforce as a whole and the workforce of this department. Self-identification is voluntary. However, we can only have accurate information on our workforce if you complete a self-identification form

Introduction: Accessibility strategy for the Public Service of Canada

Feb 5, 2020 ... is the foundation of a public service workforce that is as diverse as the people it serves. The purpose of the Employment Equity Act is to achieve equity in Canadian workplaces by correcting conditions of disadvantage in employment through identifying and removing barriers experienced by members of the four employment equity designated groups: women Indigenous peoples

Time to start thinking about summer student hiring! (20-02)

Feb 7, 2020 ... into the public service to contribute to a more diverse and inclusive workforce. Students who self-declare as an Indigenous person or as a person with a disability on their FSWEP application will automatically be included in the applicable inventory. Students will benefit from the support and tools offered as part of these initiatives, such as onboarding tools, training

Workforce Analyst

Jan 29, 2020 ... in their application how they meet each Education and Experience criteria. Failure to do so will result in the applicant being screened out of the career opportunity. CSIS is a separate employer and is not subject to the Public Service Employment Act (PSEA). CSIS has its own classification, compensation system, and a different staffing regime. As such, we use a different

Employment Equity in the Public Service of Canada

Jun 18, 2015 ...Employment Equity in the Public Service of Canada The Employment Equity Act requires the Public Service to monitor and, where necessary, enhance the representativeness of its workforce. Workforce availability estimates assist in this process by allowing a comparison between representation in the Public Service workforce of the designated employment equity

Canada - Quebec Workforce Development Agreement

Feb 7, 2020 ..., a consultative body created in 1997 that brings together employers, unions, educational and community organizations, advises the Ministre du Travail, de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale to guide public employment services so that they meet labour market needs, from both the business and labour force perspectives; Whereas the Commission des partenaires du marché du

CER – Employment Equity Report 2015–2016

Feb 4, 2020 ... are headquartered in Calgary. The NEB–established regional offices in Montreal and Vancouver as of 1 April 2015. Since February 2004, all unionized employees have been represented by the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC), the one union certified as the bargaining agent for the NEB. 1.2 Analysis Data Sources: This report uses 2011 Census

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