Pay and changes in your life
Pay processes related to common life events for employees serviced by the Public Service Pay Centre.
If your department or agency is not served by the Pay Centre, contact your departmental compensation unit.
Please request additional guidance from your manager, departmental human resources and finance, as pay-related information and processes are subject to change.
Note: Your terms and conditions of employment and collective agreement are your two main sources of pay-related information. If the content in this section conflicts with either of these documents, the terms and conditions or collective agreement must take precedence.
Services and information
What you need to know about your pay, employment status and terms and conditions
How your public service collective agreement and employment terms may affect your common leave requests
Your options and responsibilities as a public servant when you have a child or a new dependent
Your potential benefits, options and responsibilities when you retire or resign from the public service
Whom to notify and how a change in your marital status may affect your public service pension and benefits
Finalize your pay account, claim benefits, EI and more if you retire voluntarily or due to a disability
What happens if you or a relation dies while you are employed in the public service
Effects on your pay and benefits if you change your hours, status, department, union or position
Whom to notify to ensure that your pay and benefits are unaffected if you change your address or legal name
Your options and responsibilities as a public servant when you divorce or separate
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