Employment may end for involuntary or voluntary reasons.
For more information, please refer to information below and/or the HR Manual.
Find out more about end of employment and retirement below:
Involuntary end of employment includes death, expiry of a non-permanent appointment, failed probation, an employee who is inactive for more than 180 days, termination with/without cause or job abolishment.
For an involuntary end of employment, a manager should complete the Termination Notification Form and send it to the HR Service Centre on the employee's last day or immediately after.
For more information, managers may use the Involuntary End of Employment Checklist.
A voluntary end of employment includes retirement, accepting a new position outside of public service, personal reasons, etc.
For a voluntary end of employment, an employee must provide their manager with notice in writing. Their manager should notify the HRSC immediately after being informed and then complete the Termination Notification Form. This form needs to be sent to the Human Resource Service Centre a minimum of 1 week prior to the employee's last day or immediately after to ensure the employee is removed from the payroll run after their last day of work.
For more information, managers may use the Voluntary End of Employment Checklist.
An employee should provide their manager with notice of their retirement.
An employee should also contact the Human Resource Service Centre to learn more about their benefits on retirement such as the
Retirement Death Benefit Certificate, and Extended Health Care
plan for employees.
Upon notification of retirement, the PEBA Death Benefit Certificate Form is provided to employee for completion. It is a Group Life Insurance benefit that is
provided to all employees on retirement at no cost.
For more information, managers may use the Voluntary End of Employment Checklist or the Retirement Checklist.