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SenatorWestThe Civil Service Act provides that the Personnel Department is under the general direction and control of the Minister to whom is assigned responsibility for the administration of the Personnel Department.

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MinisterOfFinanceBy order of legislation, the Minister of Finance is empowered to give directions concerning the Civil Service, Teaching Service, Fire Service, Police Service and Prison Service, to the Personnel Department regarding the following:

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MINISTERS IN THE MINISTRIES

MinisterOfFinanceThe Honourable Brian Manning was appointed Minister in the Ministry of Finance on August 19th 2020, will be executing his responsibilities in supporting the Honorable Colm Imbert, Minister of Finance in giving directions concerning the Civil Service, Teaching Service, Fire Service, Police Service and Prison Service, to the Personnel Department regarding the following:-

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DOCUMENT CENTRE

OVERVIEW OF THE PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT

The Personnel Department is the Department of Government with responsibility for determining and/or advising on pay and other terms and conditions of service for a wide spectrum of employees within the public sector.

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MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF PERSONNEL OFFICER

Chief Personnel OfficerThe world today is undergoing a great transformation with globalization increasingly standing on the ongoing development of Information Communications Technology (ICT). Here at the Personnel Department, we are utilising ICT as a critical pillar in the advancement of enhanced information sharing opportunities for our clients, stakeholders and the general public.

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EXECUTIVE TEAM

DCPO Joseph

Ms. Maria Joseph

Deputy Chief Personnel Officer

Ms. Maria Joseph

Deputy Chief Personnel Officer
DCPO Joseph

Dr.Daryl Dindial

Dr. Daryl Dindial

Chief Personnel Officer (Ag.)

Dr. Daryl Dindial

Chief Personnel Officer (Ag.)
Dr.Daryl Dindial

DCPO Villafana

Ms. Hazel Villafana

Deputy Chief Personnel Officer (Ag.)

Ms. Hazel Villafana

Deputy Chief Personnel Officer (Ag.)
DCPO Villafana

Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)

A worksite resource for organizations designed to enhance employee health and productivity through prevention, identification, and resolution of personal and family problems that might interfere with work perfomance.


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Salaries Review Commission

The Salaries Review Commission is established in accordance with Section 140 of the Constitution of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. The Commission consists of a Chairman and four (4) members, who are appointed by the President after consultation with the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition. Section 141 (1) of the Constitution provides for the Commission to review from time to time, with the approval of the President, the salaries and other terms and conditions of service of the offices falling within its purview. The size of the remit group, which ranges from the office of President of the Republic to the most junior position in the Judicial and Legal Service, has continued to increase and some three hundred (300) categories of offices, representing an establishment of approximately nine (900) persons, now are within our purview.


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Human Resource Advisory Committee

In September 2015, Cabinet agreed to the establishment of a Sub-Committee with the responsibility for monitoring wage and salary negotiations in the public sector.


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