Workers for whom the Governing Body is the employer (main public administration) are allowed to perform tasks or postings. Neither assignment nor posting may alter the worker`s mandate. This section describes the roles and responsibilities of the various parties involved in the processing of a zero-rating contract. A posting/posting agreement should contain the following information: After receipt of the certification agreement, the trusted source is responsible for authenticating signatures on paper request before they are transmitted by the services to the Payment Centre, including: • Clear reasons for the posting. • Clear agreement on start and end dates. • if the material role of the worker for his return is not available, it must be understood and agreed before the start of the posting or at the time of a subsequent extension proposed or at the time of the organisational change. • That the employee fully understands all the implications of the general conditions of sale. • training needs during and after a secondment. • Arrangements for the evaluation/completion of the PDP&R upon secondment. • relevant legal requirements for the maintenance of professional registration. • provisions to maintain regular contact with the Member and to consult him on any proposed changes to his substantive body for the duration of the secondment. • clear rules for the return of the Member to his material position or an appropriate alternative. No no.
An assignment/secondment cannot lead to a promotion. It is therefore necessary to determine whether the movement results in transport (as set out in Part 2 of the Annex to the TB Directive on Terms and Conditions of Employment, subsection 2.2.3). If this is the case, it must be treated as a sitting appointment under the Public Service Employment Act and may then be subject to the application of merit and claims. Yes. Assignment or secondment is designed as a temporary resource option, with a fixed duration, for the lateral movement of a staff member for the temporary performance of tasks in another organizational unit or division. The duration of the assignment or secondment may be extended (or shortened) with the agreement of all parties. However, operations or secondments should not be extended on a continuous basis. Secondment is a temporary move of an employee to another department or agency of the core public administration and other organizations for which the Board of Directors of Canada is the employer.
Missions and secondments are resource options made available to the Deputy Heads of the Board of Directors as employers, under the authority it confers under the Financial Administration Act, in order to facilitate the mobility and professional development opportunities of employees. . . .