A NSW Public Service Commission website
Enabling a world class public service
Resources for senior public sector leadership
Cross sector networks to grow capability to deliver effective and efficient services
Recognising excllence in public services delivery
Day to day human resource needs.
Use the framework to create roles, recruit roles, manage performance, develop capability, career planning or workforce planning.
Includes the performance development framework, the managing for performance program, and the talent review framework.
Includes the NSW Government Graduate program, recruitment and selection guide, NSW Public Service talent pools, assignments, transfers and secondment guides, onboarding and exiting information, and the NSW Aboriginal internships program.
Guidelines, templates, capability comparison guide, and a library of sector role descriptions.
The Strategic Workforce Planning Framework and planning cycle.
The Leadership Academy delivers trusted leadership development programs that transform the individual and their teams to deliver benefits for the people of NSW.
Key policies and resources to equip you with the knowledge, skills and tools to be an effective people manager.
A guide to support senior leaders with organisational strategy.
Includes key resources on the Government Employee Number (GEN), position coding automated tool (PCAT), the workforce dashboard and research scientist classification.
Resources to support senior leaders contemplating an organisation restructure.
Enabling workplaces where everyone is valued and can participate.
Includes the behaving ethically guide, positive and productive workplaces guide and the ethical framework.
Includes resources to help managers become disability confident, inform employees with disability, and how to make workplaces inclusive for people with disability.
Includes targets and support for gender equality, LGBTIQ+ network resources and support, legal requirements and best practice reports.
Includes the Aboriginal Employment Strategy, Aboriginal Employment and Development program, Aboriginal employee networks and cultural protocol guidance.
Information on types of flexible working, how to implement it in your agency, and resources for managers, employees and senior leaders.
Insights and analytics into the public sector workforce.
The report provides an assessment of the key factors that influence the shape, performance and behaviour of public sector agencies and the people who work in them. Includes reports from 2012 to now.
The Workforce Profile collection provides deeper analysis on workforce issues and characteristics. Includes data collections from the past 20 years.
Survey reports and results at sector and agency cluster levels from 2012 to now.
Includes the Capability Framework Stocktake Report and State of the Sector agency survey.
The rules and guidelines for work in the sector.
Access information and policies on remuneration frameworks, relocation expenses and work level standards for NSW senior executives.
Includes information on the GSE Act, Rules and Regulations and guidelines followed by the PSC in utilising the Commissioner’s power.
Search for circulars and memos.
Legal directions made by the Commissioner to agencies from 2013 to now.
Information on decisions and rulings made by the Commissioner since 2013.
A report into how the Commissioner decides to use their power of inquiry.
Includes a list of NSW government boards and committees, appointment standards and the Classification and Remuneration Framework.
Includes the three remuneration tribunals: statutory and other offices, parliamentary and local government.
How to report serious wrongdoing in the sector.
More information about the NSW Public Service Commission.
Biographies and information on our current board members.
Biographies and information on our senior executives.
The code and framework applied to all PSC employees.
Our annual reports from 2011 to now.
How to request and access PSC information under the GIPA act.
Make and enquiry or complaint to our office.
How to get in touch with our team.
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All NSW public sector employees have a responsibility to behave ethically, act with integrity and in the public interest.
These resources have been created to assist individuals to demonstrate the government sector core values of Integrity, Trust, Service and Accountability.
Your manual on ethical behaviour as a NSW public sector employee.
Guidelines to prevent, identify and respond to workplace bullying.
A summary of the ethical responsibilities for all sector employees under the GSE Act.