This page was will help employees in the Saskatchewan public service to become familiar with workplace practices and programs.
This page will provide employees with information about their pension, group life, disability, flex, dental and health benefits.
This page will provide employees with the SGEU and CUPE Collective Bargaining Agreements.
Our Commitment to Excellence is how we do our work: guided by the values of respect and integrity; serving citizens; excellence and innovation and acting as one team.
This page will outline the personal attributes, skills and knowledge that are critical to being an effective and successful performer in a given position.
This document outlines the statutory holidays for employees of the Saskatchewan public service.
This page provides an outline of the various tools and resources that the EFAP program provides, and gives details of who to contact if an employee want to get in touch with someone at EFAP.
This page connects employees with the Aboriginal Government Employees' Network (AGEN), Disability Support Network (DSN), EDGE, Pride Alliance Network, Saskatchewan Visible Minority Employees' Association (SVMEA).
This page will provide information on employee recognition policies such as Long Service, Retirement and Recognizing Excellence.
This page will provide information about employee Vacation leave, EDOs and SDOs, Sick Leave/Pressing Necessity, Time in Lieu, Special Northern Leave.
This page will provide employees information about the the My Learning App in PSC Client, Corporate Learning and Development program, Microsoft software learning and Executive and Policy Workshops that the Government of Saskatchewan offers.
The intent of this policy is to ensure that Government of Saskatchewan communications are non-partisan. Communications includes external communications and advertisements.
This page will provide employees with information in regards to the In-Scope and Out-of-Scope employee Probationary period.
This page will provide employees with information on seniority rosters and appeals for in-scope employees.
This section will guide employees with submitting Excel and electronic timecards. This section also includes instructions for Timekeepers, and tool and resources both past and current for Timekeepers.
This page will provide employee with information about the Government of Saskatchewan's commitment to workplace diversity, and provides a form where employees can self-declare if they are a visible minority or meet a diversity criteria.
This page outlines the steps, and guides employees through how to make a successful workplan for both In-Scope and Out-of-Scope employees.
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