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Public service employees who write job descriptions and/or sit on classification evaluation committees are expected to have an in-depth knowledge of the classification process. This orientation course outlines how to write and evaluate work descriptions using current classification standards as well as how to participate as a rating member on a classification evaluation committee. Participants will acquire a better understanding of the classification process and its impact on other human resources (HR) functions. [P910]
- classification principles
- writing work descriptions
- evaluating work descriptions
- current classification standards
- classification evaluation committees
This activity has been designed for functional specialists in human resources, supervisors and managers in the Public Service of Canada.
Learning Community: Functional Specialists Human Resources, Supervisors, Managers
Key Leadership Competency: Management Excellence: People Management: Organization and Classification
Management Accountability Framework: People, Stewardship, Accountability
$550.00 (Classroom -Instructor Led)
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