Alberta Public Service employee relations directives

Human resource directives for Alberta Public Service employees that cover employee relations matters.

Services and information

This directive covers attendance requirements and responsibilities for Alberta Public Service employees.

This directive covers entitlements for Alberta Public Service employees who must serve as a juror or appear as a court or tribunal witness.

This directive covers how the authority to discipline employees is delegated in the Alberta Public Service.

This directive covers the discipline appeal process for Alberta Public Service permanent managers and opted out and excluded employees.

This directive outlines the contents, maintenance and disposition of an Alberta Public Service employee's official personal file.

This directive covers the terms and conditions around flexible work hours in the Alberta Public Service.

This directive covers the process when an Alberta Public Service employee living in government-supplied housing leaves the public service.

This directive covers the requirements for hours of work averaging agreements for the Alberta Public Service.

This directive covers the indemnity from costs arising from legal action against Alberta Public Service employees.

This directive outlines the process of laying off and recalling opted out and excluded Alberta Public Service employees.

This directive covers government office hours, and the hours managers, and opted out and excluded Alberta Public Service employees work.

This directive covers the recognition of prior public service or service with a Crown board or agency for Alberta Public Service employees.

This directive covers how Alberta Public Service work hours are affected when the time changes to and from daylight savings time.

This directive covers how Alberta Public Service employees are to appropriately manage work internet and email access.

Introduction

Alberta Public Service Human Resource directives set out the general entitlements, benefits, and authority that apply in the administration of human resources in government organizations under the Public Service Act.

Unless otherwise specified, these employee relations directives apply to bargaining unit, opted out and excluded, and management Alberta Public Service employees. If an employee relations directive addresses a topic that is also covered by the Collective Agreement, bargaining unit employees will be governed by the Collective Agreement.

At the bottom of each employee relations directive is information on who the directive applies to, authority for the directive, the effective date, and the area within Alberta Public Service Commission responsible for its content. ‚ÄčAll directives are subject to applicable legislation.

Contact

To connect with the Alberta Public Service Commission:

Hours: 8:15 am to 4:30 pm (open Monday to Friday, closed statutory holidays)
Phone: 780-408-8400
Toll free: 310-0000 before the phone number (in Alberta)

Address:
Alberta Public Service Commission
7th Floor, Peace Hills Trust Tower
10011 109 Street
Edmonton, Alberta  T5J 3S8