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These directives, policies, circulars, and guidelines relate to workplace and employment matters in the Queensland public service.
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To provide information on the appeal rights of public service employees under the Public Service Act 2008 (PSA).
To set out the requirements for a recording system for attendance and leave, for reporting absence from duty and attendance on public holidays.
To provide for the use of attraction and retention incentives in the Queensland public service to support the achievement of government priorities.
To prescribe the pay cycle arrangements for employees of Queensland Health.
To maintain directive application for certain employees.
To outline how casual employees can apply to have their employment converted to permanent.
To prescribe the entitlements for employees required to attend court as a witness or to undertake jury service.
To prescribe the entitlements and conditions of public service employees in critical incident circumstances
To support a flexible workforce ready to assist with critical incident response and recovery.
Provides for matters which must be disclosed by Chief Executives of government departments including public service offices, how those matters must be disclosed and specifies requirements for the s
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