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Public Service Commission

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The Public Service Commission is the central human resource agency for the Government of Saskatchewan. It fosters a high-performing workforce by implementing strategies for staff recruitment, learning and development, labour relations, employee assistance, workforce planning, and organizational development.

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1. Information you might be looking for

Apply for a government job

Looking for a job with government? Apply today at Jobs in the Saskatchewan Public Service. New jobs are posted every week.

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2. Plans and Annual Reports

Plan for 2020-21

The plan for 2020-21 reflects the Government's goals of sustaining growth and opportunities for Saskatchewan people, meeting the challenges of growth, securing a better quality of life for all Saskatchewan people and delivering responsive and responsible government.

For previous Public Service Commission plans, please visit Prior Year Plans, Reports and Guiding Documents.

Annual Reports

The Public Service Commission's 2019-20 Annual Report presents the commission's activities and results for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2020. It reports to the public and elected officials on public commitments made and other key accomplishments of the commission.

Previous fiscal year annual reports can be found by visiting Prior Year Plans, Reports and Guiding Documents.

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3. Forms and publications

The following are the top downloaded publications for the Public Service Commission:

PS/SGEU Collective Bargaining Agreement

The Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Government of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Government and General Employees' Union (SGEU).

CUPE Collective Bargaining Agreement

The Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Government of Saskatchewan and the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 600.

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You can find all publications for the Public Service Commission in the Publications Centre.

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4. Legislation

The following acts and regulations are administered by the Public Service Commission and are available in PDF format. The links below are provided with the consent of Publications Saskatchewan pursuant to Government of Saskatchewan copyright policies. Printed copies of the legislation are also available through the Publications Saskatchewan website.

To order or subscribe, please visit the Publications Saskatchewan website. If you don't have Adobe Reader on your system, you can download it for free.

Legislation and Regulations

The Public Interest Disclosure Act (and regulations)
The Public Service Act, 1998 (and regulations)

Other Applicable Legislation

The Financial Administration Act, 1993
The Government Organization Act
The Saskatchewan Employment Act
The Employment Standards Regulations
The Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993 (and regulations)
The Public Employees Pension Plan Act
The Public Service Superannuation Act
The Trade Union Act
The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act
The Health Information Protection Act
The Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Act

To obtain a printed copy an act or regulation, please contact Publications Saskatchewan.

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