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Table of Contents - Appendices

Appendices for Volume One

A  Terms of reference
B Draft compensation policy
  1. Policy statement adopted by the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency, March 2001
  2. Draft TBS policy -Towards a Compensation Policy Framework for the Federal Public Service: Discussion Paper, April 2003


Salient extracts on public service compensation and comparability from the section on "Personnel Management" in the Report of the Royal Commission on Government Organization - Chapters 7 and 8 of the Glassco Commission Report
D Organizations by domain
E Lexicon of names and symbols for the current and former occupational group structure in the core public service domain
F List of monetary benefits (other than economic increases) negotiated between 1997 and 2003
G Analysis for selected classification groups of the distribution of employees by classification level, 1991-2003
H Summary of resolved pay equity complaints relating to the core public service domain up to 2003
I Estimated cost of pay equity settlements, 1980-2003
J Data in support of figures illustrating trends in key economic indicators
K Distribution of employees by gender in the federal public service for selected years, 1981 to 2005

Appendices for Volume Two


Summary of population changes since 1991 in classification groups with at least 2,000 members in March 2003
M Overview of reclassification movements within and from the Clerical and Regulatory (CR) and Economist (ES) groups, 2002-03
N Summary of leave usage in the core public service domain from 1991-92 to 2002-03, and chart summarizing changes in annual leave entitlement applying to the Clerical and Regulatory (CR) classification group
O Details of sick leave and family-related leave usage for the ten classification groups with the highest usage, and the three groups with the lowest usage, 1990-91 to 2002-03
P History of employer and employee contributions to the Public Service Pension Plan, 1924-25 to 2002-03
Q History of employer and member contributions to the Canadian Forces Pension Plan, 1946-47 to 2002-03
R History of employer and member contributions to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Plan, 1949-50 to 2002-03