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Monday, March 25, 2019
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Government constructs and maintains its buildings by nationally recognized environmental standards.

Effective February 1, 2011, this policy is designed to provide support to all employees to enhance regular attendance at work.

Classification and compensation plans for out-of-scope management, professional employees (MCP) and in-scope staff.

Information about the personal attributes, skills and knowledge that are critical to being an effective and successful performer in a given job.

Information to assist managers who are addressing workplace issues through corrective discipline.

Find out information about the criminal record check process for Executive Government.

The ESC is responsible for providing employee, payroll, and benefit administration for employees in the public service. Click here to learn more!

Information for supervisors of in-scope employees to assist their staff in developing workplans to guide their work and help them achieve their goals.

A directory of the Human Resource Business Partner Teams serving ministries.

The Public Service Commission provides an array of learning, training and career development opportunities for in-scope and out-of-scope employees.

An opportunity for all public service employees to learn from workplace leaders and experienced co-workers. Mentorship not only assists in skill development, but also increases your professional network and career possibilities.

Tools to assist managers in implementing an effective orientation/onboarding program for new employees.

The Public Interest Disclosure Act gives public service employees a clear process for disclosing concerns about wrongdoing in the Saskatchewan public service and other government organizations, as well as protection from reprisal.

Human resource planning allows the Saskatchewan public service and its ministries to ensure the right people are in the right places at the right time to achieve our goals and objectives. 

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