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Thursday, September 20, 2018
Public Service Commission

Government constructs and maintains its buildings by nationally recognized environmental standards.

Information for employees of executive government who are medically able and ready to return to work after an adjudicated claim for illness or injury. 

All positions in the Saskatchewan public service fit into a classification plan. These pages provide information on the class plans within the public service.

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

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

Find out which days have been declared statuatory holidays in Saskatchewan.  If they fall on a weekend, find out which date that holiday will be observed on. 

A voluntary program to provide counselling services for employees.  Find out about the program, the services provided, and information about upcoming events. 

A number of employee networks are in place to assist all employees with learning more about the workplace, growing their careers, and building connections to enable success.

New employees will find information about how the public service operates and an introduction to Government of Saskatchewan's systems and processes. Managers will find tools to assist them in successfully orienting new employees.

Want to recognize someone in the public service for a job well done? Visit the Employee Recognition web page to learn more about the recognition program in the public service.

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

Tools and resources to help develop workplans that will assist in-scope and out-of-scope employees succeed in their jobs.

Ethics and conduct information for government employees including the Oath of Office, IT Acceptable Usage Policy, Conflict of Interest Guidelines, Anti-harassment Policy, and more.

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.

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.

This page provides information on employee reclassifications and up-in-scope appointments.

Excel Timecard Workbooks are available for employees in the Saskatchewan public service to track and record their time and attendance.

Programs and resources to assist public service employees maintaining balance in their work and home life.



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