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This policy applies to all individuals hired for duties involving emergency fire suppression. This document was published June 18, 2005.
The purpose of requiring a security clearance is to minimize the likelihood of risk, damage, and injury to the public interest in general and specifically to the clients we serve. This document was published December 5, 2001 and was last... more
The purpose of this policy is to ensure we provide all employees with the information they require to understand the functioning of government as well as the functions and procedures that relate to their position. This document was... more
The purpose of this policy is to provide for a flexible approach in the support of learning to improve government processes, services, communications and adaptability to meet the changing needs of the Yukon. This document was published... more
The purpose of this policy is to support human resource planning objectives which sustain our commitment to be an employer of choice and one that encourages the career aspirations of its employees. This document was published September 11... more
The purpose of this policy is to adopt a consistent approach to meeting the needs of employees who need workplace accommodation because of a disability. This document was published February 5, 2004.
The purpose of this policy is to establish and maintain a corporate health and safety governance framework with the authority to set direction and priorities on health and safety management. It also sets out corporate and departmental... more
The purpose of this policy is to establish how positions are are designated to require occupational health evaluations or physical abilities testing. It has no impact on any additional testing required to address workplace issues such as... more
The purpose of this policy is to set standards and expectations in regard to workplace attendance and rest and meal breaks for employees. This document was published November 27, 2012.
The purpose of this policy is to establish the criteria and parameters for granting discretionary leaves without pay to employees. This document was last amended March 21, 2012.
This policy enables the administration of leaves of absence without pay for the purpose of participating in reservist operations and activities. This document was published November 10, 2009.
This policy provides for the administration of various paid absences from work for situations where the employer determines that the employee should not suffer a loss of regular pay. This document was published December 4, 2007.
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance to departments and employees on requests for leave without loss of regular pay to participate in the Arctic Winter Games, Canada Games, North American Indigenous Games, Special Olympics and... more
The purpose of this policy is to establish a consistent organizational approach to telework. Telework is separate from the disability accommodation process. This document was published July 29, 2009.
This policy establishes guidelines for the wearing of appropriate clothing by all employees, as well as uniforms and protective clothing by designated employees. This document was published October 27, 1994.
This policy recognizes that membership in professional organizations can benefit the organization and our current employees, as well as help attract new employees. Payment of membership fees will be determined based on whether the... more
This policy reflects our recognition that, as an employer, we should protect our employees from certain financial costs arising from the performance of their duties should any criminal or civil proceedings arise. This document was... more
This policy applies only to deputies and conflict of interest inquiries and reflects our recognition that, as an employer, we should protect our employees from certain financial costs arising from the performance of their duties should any... more
The purpose of this policy is to minimize the possibility of conflicts arising between public servants’ official duties and responsibilities and their personal and private interests, and to provide the means to resolve such conflicts in... more
We are committed to ensuring fairness in access to employment opportunities and to developing a public service which is representative of the Yukon population. This document was published October 27, 1994.
This policy establishes an award system for recognizing the contributions made by long serving employees. This document was published November 8, 2000.
This directive applies to job candidates who have been authorized to attend an interview for employment, or who have accepted an offer of employment and have been authorized to relocate to a new work location or to proceed on a house-... more
School bus schedule for December 20, 2018, for Whitehorse schools.
This is the Government of Yukon policy that governs boards and committees.
Yukon Real Estate Report Q3 2018 was prepared by the Yukon Bureau of Statistics and is governed by the Statistics Act.