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Wednesday, November 21, 2018
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The Saskatchewan public service has a number of employee networks in place to assist all employees with learning more about the workplace, growing their careers, and building connections to enable success.

These networks offer employees an opportunity to meet and discuss experiences and ideas with like-minded individuals.

Follow the links below to find out more about each employee network.

The Aboriginal Government Employees' Network is dedicated to promoting a supportive environment for Aboriginal employees within the public sector workplace. If you are interested in joining AGEN, fill out the membership application form below. 

The Disability Support Network provides support, education and networking opportunities for Government of Saskatchewan employees with a disability.

Engaging and Developing Government Employees, or EDGE, is a network that has been created to provide leadership and development opportunities for young employees in the Saskatchewan public service.

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender people plus all other gender and sexually diverse persons and their allies (LGBT+) Network is dedicated to building a culture of LGBT+ inclusion within the Government of Saskatchewan.

The Saskatchewan Visible Minority Employees' Association is dedicated to promoting the causes of Visible Minorities working for the Government of Saskatchewan.

Related Documents
AGENapp.pdf  ( 32 KB )

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