Integrated planning guide
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People component of the management accountability framework
|Departments and agencies have the people, work environment and focus on building capacity and leadership to assure success and a confident future for the Public Service of Canada.|
A workplace that is fair, enabling, and healthy and safe in order to provide best service to Canadians.
The workplace exhibits fair employment and workplace practices and effective labour relations.
The workplace exhibits clear direction, collaboration, respect and support for employees' linguistic rights, diversity and personal circumstances in order to enable them to fulfill their mandate.
Healthy and safe
The workplace is a healthy and safe physical and psychological environment.
A workforce that is productive, principled, sustainable and adaptable in order to provide best service to Canadians.
A committed workforce with the size, mix of skills and diversity of backgrounds to competently perform its duties.
The workforce is reflective of Canada's population, is respectful of Canada's official languages and performs its duties guided by the values and ethics of the Public Service.
A workforce that is renewable and affordable over time.
A workforce that is versatile, innovative and engages in continuous learning.
|Key Success Factors||Leadership||Employee Engagement||Collective Responsibility||Continuous Improvement|
|Policies and Instruments||Information|
|Accountabilities||Central Agencies: Provide the leadership
and human resources management principles, mechanisms, tools and
the necessary support; assist departments and agencies in
achieving workplace and workforce outcomes; monitor and assess
departmental performance; report on HR outcomes and management
Deputy Heads: Advance achievement of workplace and workforce outcomes in their departments/agencies and provide the necessary support; contribute to the development, implementation and improvement of government-wide human resources management; report on HR outcomes and management to central
Managers: Lead and manage to ensure workplace and workforce outcomes; support Deputy Heads' accountabilities.
Human Resources: Support managers and employees through the provision of strategic advice, policies and services to help them deliver on workplace and workforce outcomes.
|Reporting/ Accountability Mechanisms||
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