PART 2Appointments (continued)
Casual Employment (continued)
Marginal note:Exception — Office of the Chief Electoral Officer
50.1 Despite subsection 50(2), the maximum period of employment of casual workers appointed in the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer — including the portions of the federal public administration in that Office in which the employees referred to in section 509.3 of the Canada Elections Act occupy their positions — for the purposes of an election held under that Act or a referendum held under the Referendum Act is 165 working days in one calendar year.
- 2007, c. 21, s. 40
- 2018, c. 31, s. 379
50.2 (1) Despite subsection 50(2), a person may be appointed as a casual worker to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for a period of more than 90 working days in one calendar year in the circumstances prescribed by regulations made under paragraph 22(2)(j).
(2) The Commission may, on an annual basis, conduct a review of the exercise of the authority to appoint casual workers to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for more than 90 working days during the preceding calendar year.
- 2013, c. 18, s. 60
Marginal note:Authority of deputy heads to deploy
Marginal note:Deployment from separate agencies
(2) Except as provided in this or any other Act, a deputy head may deploy to the deputy head’s organization persons who are employed in a separate agency to which the Commission does not have the exclusive authority to make appointments if the Commission has, after reviewing the staffing program of the separate agency at the agency’s request, approved deployments from it.
Marginal note:Deployment within or between groups
(3) A deployment may be made within an occupational group or, unless excluded by regulations under paragraph 26(1)(a), between occupational groups.
Marginal note:Treasury Board directives and regulations
(4) A deployment to or within an organization named in Schedule I or IV to the Financial Administration Act shall be made in the manner directed by the Treasury Board and in accordance with any regulations of the Treasury Board.
Marginal note:Employment status preserved
(5) The deployment of a person may not
(a) constitute a promotion, within the meaning of regulations of the Treasury Board, in the case of an organization named in Schedule I or IV to the Financial Administration Act, or as determined by the separate agency, in the case of a separate agency to which the Commission has the exclusive authority to make appointments; or
(b) change a person’s period of employment from a specified term to indeterminate.
Marginal note:Consent to deployment
(6) No person may be deployed without his or her consent unless
(a) agreement to being deployed is a condition of employment of the person’s current position; or
(b) the deputy head of the organization in which the person is employed finds, after investigation, that the person has harassed another person in the course of his or her employment and the deployment is made within the same organization.
Marginal note:Previous position
52 On deployment, a person ceases to be the incumbent of the position to which he or she had previously been appointed or deployed.
Marginal note:Deployment not an appointment
Marginal note:Exceptions to priority rights
(2) A deputy head may deploy a person without regard to any other person’s right to be appointed under section 39.1 or subsection 41(1) or (4) or any regulations made under paragraph 22(2)(a).
- 2003, c. 22, s. 12 “53”
- 2006, c. 9, s. 104
- 2015, c. 5, s. 9
Marginal note:Oath or affirmation
54 A person appointed or deployed from outside that part of the public service to which the Commission has exclusive authority to make appointments shall take and subscribe an oath or solemn affirmation in the following form:
I, , swear (or solemnly affirm) that I will faithfully and honestly fulfil the duties that devolve on me by reason of my employment in the public service of Canada and that I will not, without due authority, disclose or make known any matter that comes to my knowledge by reason of such employment. (Add, in the case where an oath is taken, “So help me God” (or name of deity).)
Marginal note:Effective date of appointment or deployment
55 The appointment or deployment of a person from outside that part of the public service to which the Commission has exclusive authority to make appointments takes effect on the later of the date that is agreed to in writing by the deputy head and that person and the date on which the person takes and subscribes the oath or solemn affirmation set out in section 54.
Marginal note:Effective date of appointment
56 (1) The appointment of a person from within that part of the public service to which the Commission has exclusive authority to make appointments takes effect on the date agreed to in writing by that person and the deputy head, regardless of the date of their agreement.
Marginal note:Effective date of deployment
(2) The deployment of a person from within that part of the public service to which the Commission has exclusive authority to make appointments takes effect
Marginal note:Indeterminate employment
57 Subject to this Act, any other Act and regulations made under this or any other Act, the period of an employee’s employment is indeterminate unless the deputy head has specified a term of employment.
Marginal note:Term appointment or deployment
58 (1) Subject to section 59, an employee whose appointment or deployment is for a specified term ceases to be an employee at the expiration of that term, or of any extension made under subsection (2).
Marginal note:Extension by deputy head
(2) A deputy head may extend a specified term referred to in subsection (1), and such an extension does not constitute an appointment or a deployment or entitle any person to make a complaint under section 77.
Marginal note:Acting appointments
(3) This section does not apply in respect of appointments made on an acting basis.
Marginal note:Conversion to indeterminate
59 (1) Unless the employee requests otherwise of the deputy head, the period of employment of an employee who is employed for a specified term as a result of an appointment or deployment is converted to indeterminate in the employee’s substantive position, at the end of the cumulative period of employment specified by the employer in circumstances prescribed by the employer.
Marginal note:Not an appointment or deployment
(2) A conversion under subsection (1) does not constitute an appointment or a deployment or entitle any person to make a complaint under section 77.
Marginal note:Rate of pay on appointment
60 The rate of pay on appointment to a position shall be determined by the employer within the scale of rates of pay for that position or for positions of the same occupational nature and level as that position.
Marginal note:Probationary period
(a) established by regulations of the Treasury Board in respect of the class of employees of which that person is a member, in the case of an organization named in Schedule I or IV to the Financial Administration Act; or
(b) determined by a separate agency in respect of the class of employees of which that person is a member, in the case of an organization that is a separate agency to which the Commission has exclusive authority to make appointments.
Marginal note:Effect of appointment or deployment
(2) A period established pursuant to subsection (1) is not terminated by any appointment or deployment made during that period.
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