Office of the Governor General's Secretary Employment Regulations, 2010 - Regulations Amending

 
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Vol. 144, No. 21 — October 13, 2010

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SOR/2010-198 September 23, 2010

PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYMENT ACT

Regulations Amending the Office of the Governor General’s Secretary Employment Regulations, 2010 P.C. 2010-1114 September 23, 2010

Her Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Canadian Heritage and the Public Service Commission, pursuant to section 21 of the Public Service Employment Act , hereby makes the annexed Regulations Amending the Office of the Governor General’s Secretary Employment Regulations, 2010.

REGULATIONS AMENDING THE OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL’S SECRETARY EMPLOYMENT REGULATIONS, 2010

AMENDMENTS

  1. Section 1 of the Office of the Governor General’s Secretary Employment Regulations is replaced by the following:

  2. These Regulations apply to the positions designated by position numbers GGS-S-910 to 920 in the Office of the Governor General’s Secretary and the persons occupying them that are excluded from the application of the Public Service Employment Act, with the exception of the definitions “Commission” and “public service” in subsection 2(1), sections 17 to 21, 54, 55 and 68 to 72, subsection 111(1) and sections 112 to 116, 118, 120 to 122, 134 and 135 of that Act.

    1.1 Sections 17, 55, 72, 134 and 135 of the Public Service Employment Act apply to the Governor General as if the Governor General was a deputy head.

    1.2 Sections 112 to 116, 118, 120 to 122 and 135 of the Public Service Employment Act apply to a person occupying a position referred to in section 1 as if they were an employee.

  3. The Regulations are amended by adding the following after section 4:

    4.1 A person who has been employed for at least three years in one of the positions referred to in section 1, or in one or more of those positions consecutively, may

    (a) during a period of one year after they cease to be so employed, participate in an advertised appointment process for which the organizational criterion established under section 34 of the Public Service Employment Act entitles all employees to be considered, as long as they meet any other criteria established under that section; and

    (b) make a complaint under section 77 of that Act.

    COMING INTO FORCE

  4. These Regulations come into force on the day on which they are registered.

    REGULATORY IMPACT ANALYSIS STATEMENT

    (This statement is not part of the Regulations.)

    Issue and objectives

    The Public Service Employment Act (PSEA) was amended in 2006 as a result of the...

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