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Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act

Version of section 175 from 2003-11-07 to 2005-03-31:

The following provision is not in force.

Marginal note:Factors to be considered

 In the conduct of its proceedings and in making a report to the Chairperson, the public interest commission must take into account the following factors, in addition to any other factors that it considers relevant:

  • (a) the necessity of attracting competent persons to, and retaining them in, the public service in order to meet the needs of Canadians;

  • (b) the necessity of offering compensation and other terms and conditions of employment in the public service that are comparable to those of employees in similar occupations in the private and public sectors, including any geographic, industrial or other variations that the public interest commission considers relevant;

  • (c) the need to maintain appropriate relationships with respect to compensation and other terms and conditions of employment as between different classification levels within an occupation and as between occupations in the public service;

  • (d) the need to establish compensation and other terms and conditions of employment that are fair and reasonable in relation to the qualifications required, the work performed, the responsibility assumed and the nature of the services rendered; and

  • (e) the state of the Canadian economy and the Government of Canada’s fiscal circumstances.

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