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If yes, please provide your (PSAC member ID) in order to be considered in priority as a PSAC member.

If you are not sure, please Log in to the PSAC website to retrieve your PSAC member ID and membership status or contact your local regional office to obtain your PSAC member ID to be able to submit your job application as a member.

If not, please proceed with your application but you will not be considered in priority as a PSAC member.

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Self-identification

The objective of the PSAC's policy on Employment Equity is to achieve equality in the workplace for women, Indigenous peoples, racialized persons, persons with disabilities, lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgendered people.

The Employee Self-Identification Questionnaire is an important part of the PSAC’s Employment Equity Program. All of the individual information collected from this questionnaire will be kept strictly confidential.

The statistics gathered from this survey will assist the PSAC in obtaining an accurate profile of its current workforce, which will enable us to keep an up-to-date and progressive employment equity plan.

In many cases, you may identify in more than one designated group. For example, you may identify yourself as an Indigenous person and a person with a disability and a woman. 

Please contact hractionhr@psac-afpc.com to obtain this questionnaire in an alternate format (i.e. large print) or should you need more information or require assistance in completing this questionnaire.

For the purposes of employment equity, women are an equity group.
Indigenous peoples are those who identify as First Nations, Inuit or Métis. First Nations members include status, treaty or registered Indians, as well as nonstatus and nonregistered Indians.

For the purposes of employment equity, a racially visible person is anyone, other than Indigenous peoples of Canada, who are non-white in colour or non-Caucasian in race. Here, racial visibility is defined by race or colour only, not by place of birth, citizenship, religion, language, ethnicity or cultural background.

Examples of visible minorities include, but are not limited to: 

  • Black
  • East Asian 
  • South Asian, Southeast Asian 
  • Non-White West Asian, North African or Arab 
  • Non-White Latin American Pacific Islands 
  • Persons of Mixed Origin (with one parent in one of the racially visible groups listed above)

For the purposes of employment equity, a person with a disability is someone who has a recurring physical, mental, psychiatric, sensory or learning impairment and

  • The person considers himself or herself to be disadvantaged in employment by reason of that impairment or
  • The person believes that an employer or potential employer is likely to consider him/her to be disadvantaged in employment by reason of that impairment.

This definition includes persons whose functional limitations, due to their impairment, have been accommodated in their current job or workplace.

If yes, please contact hractionrh@psac-afpc.com
For the purposes of employment equity at the PSAC, gays, lesbians and bisexuals are employment equity group members.