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Collective Agreement between the Government of Prince Edward Island, the Workers Compensation Board for Prince Edward Island, the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission, and the Union of Public Sector Employees for the time period April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2022.
The position of Ethics and Integrity Commissioner was created by Executive Council in 2015 as part of a series of measures to maintain and strengthen public confidence that the work of government is conducted with high standards of ethics and integrity. Initially, the primary area of responsibility...
The second annual report of the office of the Ethics and Integrity Commissioner.
Prince Edward Island is home to people coming from different ethnic backgrounds, generations and cultural identities. In the public service our goal is to support a work environment that respects and values diversity. Diversity refers to all of the characteristics that make individuals different...
Prince Edward Island enjoys a mix of different ethnicities, cultural groups, religions, sexual orientations, gender identities and abilities from all over the world. The provincial government's Public Service Commission values this diversity, because it is a source of strength, vitality and...
What is the Diversity Employment Program?, The Diversity Employment Program (DEP) provides casual and temporary job opportunities to qualified candidates who are registered with this program. This program is administered by the PEI Public Service Commission. DEP also has a summer program which...
The Diversity Talent Pool is an inventory of qualified members from designated diversity groups registered with the PSC diversity program. The Diversity Talent Pool was created to promote the development of a public service workforce which is representative of PEI’s diverse population. The PSC...
The PEI Public Service Commission and the Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee is pleased to offer a comprehensive and informative 2019 Diversity Calendar to honour the diversity and Inclusion in our public service. Contact the PEI Public Service Commission for a printed copy.
Employee Assistance Program, EAP exists to help employees solve problems as early as possible before they seriously affect self, family, and work performance. If you are an employee or a retired employee of the Government of PEI, you are eligible for EAP services. Your immediate family members who...