As announced by the Clerk of the Privy Council, each executive is required to develop individual commitment and performance measures specific to their role and responsibility in their 2019-20 performance agreement in support of the following government wide corporate priorities.
As the first year of implementation of Beyond2020, it is critical for public service leaders to engage their organizations in exploring and advancing the mindsets and behaviours that will result in greater agility, deeper inclusion, and a better equipped workforce. Success will depend on your leadership in modelling, enabling and empowering this change across your organizations.
- Healthy Workplaces
For 2019-20, continue building and sustaining a healthy workplace and specifically demonstrate further progress against all three pillars of the Federal Public Service Workplace Mental Health Strategy; and, take meaningful action on harassment and discrimination.
- Inclusive Workplaces
For 2019-20, continue efforts to increase the social and cultural diversity of the workforce, and foster the inclusion of a broad range of voices and views in governance and decision-making.
- Pay System (for those organizations served by Phoenix)
For 2019-20, continue to undertake and report on active contributions to HR-to-pay stabilization to ensure employees are paid accurately and on time. This includes actions within your organization, and contributing to the efforts of the Treasury Board Secretariat (TBS) and Public Services and Procurement Canada in addressing pay challenges. More specifically, as determined by TBS, human resources transactions leading to a pay action (effective April 1, 2019) will meet timelines and performance measures as per TBS-established methodology, and be assessed as part of the Management Accountability Framework.
For ideas to inspire action, please see:
- Possible actions to support diversity and inclusion (March 2019)
- Possible actions to support a healthy workplace (March 2019)
- Possible actions to support pay system (April 2019)