Did you know that some witnesses can provide evidence in writing through an affidavit? To learn more and to download the PSST’s affidavit form please visit the Policy on Affidavits page.
The Tribunal is pleased to announce Nathalie Daigle was appointed as a permanent full–time member of the Public Service Staffing Tribunal in December 2012. Ms. Daigle is a lawyer with extensive experience in the public service. Ms. Daigle worked as legal counsel at the Office of the Privacy Commissioner, Citizenship and Immigration, Correctional Services and the Federal Court.Ms. Daigle's biography
The Tribunal’s seventh annual report, Moving Forward, is now available on the website.
The Tribunal will suspend all timeframes for complaints between December 22, 2012 and January 6, 2013 inclusively.
The Tribunal has updated and simplified the Terms of Expedited Hearing document. The same document may now be used whether parties have witnesses or not and specific terms for each case will now be discussed and finalized at the prehearing conference.
This new pilot project offers an expedited hearing process, which means shorter time for hearings and faster turnaround for written decisions.
The Tribunal is committed to ensuring that its processes are accessible to all. This policy outlines how the Tribunal addresses requests for accommodation from persons who are accessing its services.