Pay Bulletin: January 2018

From Public Services and Procurement Canada

The objective of the Pay Bulletin is to provide information that is specific, timely and relevant to employees.

In the spotlight: Hiring students

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) wants to do everything it can to make sure students are paid on time and accurately.

Again this year, we have established a dedicated group of compensation advisors to handle student files at the Pay Centre. This process builds on the successes of last year.

New this month

Promotions

Public Service Pay Centre update

View Public Service Pay Centre updates to see current and past Public Service Pay Centre dashboards.

Public Service Pay Centre dashboard
Public Service Pay Centre dashboard

Accessible image description

This image depicts the current Public Service Pay Centre dashboard.

The Public Service Pay Centre update details current and past Public Service Pay Centre dashboards. These dashboards detail the transactions beyond normal workload, the Public Service Pay Centre workflow and the percentage of transactions processed within service standards.

Did you know

  • You can find out about progress on the signing of collective agreements on the TBS website.‎
  • If you have incurred out-of-pocket expenses such as interest charges or late fees, or if you need to consult an expert to sort out your income tax, you can claim those expenses.
  • Are you thinking of taking leave with income averaging this summer? See the page on leave with income averaging for more information.

More information

For more information, visit our Pay for the public service website, where you will find relevant information such as:

Date modified: