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Program requirements for low-wage positions

Sep 3, 2019 ... Housing Health care Workplace safety Employment contract Language restriction Unionized positions As an employer, you must comply with all the Temporary Foreign Worker Program requirements for the position you are requesting. Learn about employer compliance and the possible consequences of non-compliance. Processing fee Notice: Effective December 8, 2017, families

J. L. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

Sep 5, 2019 ...J. L. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development Print version of official source: J. L. v Minister of Employment and Social Development (PDF, 114 KB) On this page Persons in attendance Introduction Overview The law Standard of review Issues Submissions Analysis Conclusion Institution: Social Security Tribunal decision - Appeal Division Member: Neil

Vacation pay

Sep 6, 2019 ... and non-monetary pay accruing to an employee which derives from work performed are considered wages. An example of a non-monetary form of remuneration is board and lodging outlined in sections 21 and 22 of the Canada Labour Standards Regulations. There are certain payments to which employees may be entitled under Part III of the Code, which, though clearly

Accountability, Performance and Financial Reporting

Sep 3, 2019 ... and initiatives to renew the public service Reporting Against Client Service Standards for the Participant Funding Program Many of the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada’s publications can be accessed in both HTML and Adobe’s Portable Document Format (PDF). Contact the Agency at for archived publications and alternative formats

Safe Workspaces: Starting a dialogue and taking action on harassment in the Public Service

Aug 29, 2019 ... of Deputy Head authorities and regarding the prevention of harassment in the workplace and the resolution of disputes. Deputy Head direct responsibilities relate to learning, training and development, standards of discipline and penalties and termination for reasons other than discipline. Canadian Human Rights Act Provides that there shall be no discrimination

Mandate letter of the Chair of the Board of Directors

Aug 30, 2019 ... to as a model of an inclusive and accessible workplace CASDO is the first institution of its kind in Canada, and one of only a few in the world, that ensures persons with disabilities have leadership in identifying the accessibility standards that are required. It is an embodiment of the disability community's philosophy of “Nothing without us.” I know that I can count

Chapter 1 – Overview (09/2019) - Elections Canada

Sep 12, 2019 ... with Political Parties Financial Management Additional Assistant Returning Officer Appendix A – Overview of RO Tasks Before, During and After an Electoral Event Appendix B – Overview of Obligations and Prohibitions under the Canada Elections Act Appendix C – Mailing and Shipping Procedures Appendix D – Handling Accidents in the Workplace C1 Communication Activities C2

Our careers

Sep 4, 2019 ... science and Indigenous knowledge; and sustainability for present and future generations. The Agency is a small government organization and this gives employees the chance to work on a wide variety of projects and initiatives. The Agency is committed to being a workplace of choice, where the work and opinions of all employees are valued and appreciated

Resources for employees for mental health in the workplace

Jun 7, 2019 ... on the GC Intranet, the shared intranet for all public servants. Related links Federal Public Service Workplace Mental Health Strategy National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace Assembling the Pieces: An Implementation Guide to the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace Healthy Minds @ Work

Info Source: Sources of Federal Government and Employee Information - CSPS

Sep 11, 2019 ... services to the federal public service, providing standardized training to build common knowledge, skills and competencies that support public service employees in fulfilling their responsibilities in delivering programs and services to Canadians. This program is responsible for enterprise-wide training and development in support of government priorities. It leads

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