Directive on Terms and Conditions of Employment for Executives

The directive sets out the terms and conditions of employment for executives across the core public administration and the associated responsibilities of heads of human resources, delegated managers and executives. The directive covers salary and non-salary elements, performance pay, special deployments and career transition agreements.
Date modified: 2020-04-01

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Appendix F: Mandatory Procedures for Notifying Executives in a Career Transition Situation

F.1 Effective date

  • F.1.1These procedures take effect on April 1, 2020.
  • F.1.2These procedures replace section 1 of Appendix B of the Directive on Career Transition for Executives, dated July 16, 2007.

F.2 Procedures

  • F.2.1These procedures provide details on the requirements set out in Appendix E (subsections E.1.5 and E.2.3.1).
  • F.2.2Mandatory procedures are as follows:
    • F.2.2.1The deputy head must notify the executive in writing that their position has been declared surplus;
    • F.2.2.2The letter of notification must make the executive aware of:
      • F.2.2.2.1The dates of the beginning and end of the surplus period;
      • F.2.2.2.2The Directive on Terms and Conditions of Employment for Executives and the options available to executives as described in Appendix E;
      • F.2.2.2.3The cash and non‑cash elements that can be offered to assist in transitioning to employment inside or outside the core public administration; and
      • F.2.2.2.4The time frame the executive has to respond to the department with their choice of option.
    • F.2.2.3The executive must be given sufficient time to consider their personal circumstances and to seek the information required to make a decision (financial and/or pension considerations, employment prospects, etc.) with respect to the options described in Appendix E.
    • F.2.2.4Executives on leave without pay (LWOP) must also be notified in writing if their position is declared surplus during their period of LWOP. Procedures for executives whose position is declared surplus while they are on LWOP are described in Appendix E.
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