Regulatory Stock Review Plan: 2019 to 2029: review of the Regulations Establishing Periods of Probation and Periods of Notice of Termination of Employment During Probation

Title or working title of regulatory initiative

Review of the Regulations Establishing Periods of Probation and Periods of Notice of Termination of Employment During Probation

Enabling act(s)

Public Service Employment Act

Rationale

Review of regulations to align with evolving legislation, administrative needs or government priorities

Narrative

The review of these regulations was driven by the need to reflect the recent decisions by the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Board with regard to leave without pay. This review is associated with the department’s Forward Regulatory Plan: 2019 to 2029.

The next review of these regulations would be driven by the need to align with the proposed Accessibility Act, recent jurisprudence and the government priority to provide a work environment that is healthy, safe, barrier-free, respectful, fair and modern.

Date of last review or amendment (year)

2014

Targeted start for review (year)

2020

Departmental contact

Kathleen Clarkin
Director, Workplace Policies, Programs, Engagement and Ethics
Office of the Chief Human Resources Officer
613-608-3465
kathleen.clarkin@tbs-sct.gc.ca

For more information

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