If the Department decides that a detachment can be considered in relation to commercial needs, the Department will consider the adequacy of the proposed work for the development of the official concerned. Interchange Interchange is an agreement between two organizations that involves the temporary allocation of an employee to the reception organization, while the staff of their original organization remain within the year. Exchanges are possible between the Manitoba government (department, special operating authority, independent office of the Legislative Assembly) and another organization in the public, private or non-profit sector. In these circumstances, it is up to the Department to decide whether the secondment can be facilitated, whether initiated by the relevant organization or by the person concerned. The decision depends primarily on the commercial needs of the department. If, in these circumstances, the Department is of the opinion that it may accept the detachment, the Department will engage in discussions with the Agency or the body to which the officer is seconded regarding the conditions of the detachment. As a general rule, a detachment can be created when, based on the particular skills and experience of an officer in one department, another national or international agency may attempt to have it work for it in a particular project. Action Status Status is the temporary assignment of an employee to the full tasks of another position with a higher maximum salary. If the status of the stock is revoked, the employee will return to his or her original position and rate of pay. It is also possible to develop a recruitment strategy to target candidates who may not reach the full level of work. In these cases, the selection committee must take into account the corresponding changes in the selection criteria, classification and corresponding sales opportunities. Analyze the internal and external labour market for the position and define a search area that produces candidates from the target group. Develop a recruitment strategy that attracts potential candidates for the nomination.
(See 188.8.131.52. Over-the-house of Outreach). Taking into account the results of the opportunity analysis, the principles of personnel for merit, fairness and fairness, as well as staff development and the public interest, you select a staff method from among the options outlined in the sections below. If a list of permissions has been drawn up and is still within the allotted time, select the specified permissions list. Candidates are removed from the list in their ranking established by the competition. Sometimes candidates are ranked according to their preference for geographical location. Candidates on the rights list are not informed of their classification. An opportunity analysis should be conducted to determine the appropriate staffing method for a particular position or organization.