Performance pay is only awarded to an employee in an appointed position.
Performance pay plans include the following:
- Executives and non-executives
- Governor in Council appointees
- Leadership Development Plan
- Upper level management
Reference: Common Human Resources Business Process 5.03.01
The department is responsible for the following:
- Determine if the individual is eligible for the performance pay awarded
- Provide a signed letter of notice with the applicable performance pay rate or amount and a spreadsheet to the trusted source to authenticate the section 34 signature and send the necessary information to process the performance pay by encrypted email, fax or mail to the Pay Centre: Mail facility, including a pay action request form PSPC 446-5E duly completed
The section 33 authorization of the transaction in Phoenix.
Note: If there are questions or concerns on a transaction requiring section 33 authorization, finance will contact the Pay Centre in accordance with procedures.
Upon receipt of a signed letter of notice:
- Ensure that signatures on paper requests transmitted from a departments to Pay Centre are authenticated, example:
- The section 34 signature is authenticated for all requests affecting financial results and/or manager’s budget before it is sent to the Public Service Pay Centre
- The human resources delegated signature is authenticated for all requests being submitted by departments (excluding direct from employees)
- Check the trusted source list
- Contact human resources if missing information regarding the employee
- Process the transaction in Phoenix
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