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Staffing for Staffing Assistants (P803)

Description

Type: Classroom
Duration: 22:30 hours
Status: Suspended

The Public Service Employment Act (PSEA) is designed to facilitate recruitment to the public service while respecting fairness, transparency, accessibility and representativeness. This course provides staffing assistants with the knowledge and skills needed to ensure compliance with the legislative and administrative requirements governing staffing processes within the public service. Participants will learn how they can help facilitate effective staffing processes within their organization.

Topics include:

  • reviewing the legislative and administrative requirements
  • defining the staffing context
  • preparing the staffing file
  • coordinating the assessment process
  • documenting communications throughout the process

The School has transitioned to the virtual delivery of its learning products. As a result, this in-person classroom course has been suspended. Visit our course catalogue to find similar or alternative virtual or online courses.

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More about this course
  • Topics: Building the workforce; Human resources
  • Community: Functional specialists
  • Audience: Human Resources professionals
  • Business line: GC and Public Sector Skills
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

Upcoming offerings

There are no available offerings for this course at the moment.


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