Classification Appeal Board
What is the Classification Appeal Board?
The Classification Appeal Board is empowered to receive and render final
decisions on appeals against classification determinations for non-management
positions in the provincial public service.
The Classification Appeal Board is an independent body consisting of a
Chairperson and representatives from departments and agencies.
The decisions of the Board are final and binding on all parties to the
The Board is empowered to make the following kinds of decisions:
- To place the appellant's position at a more appropriate level in a series,
e.g. Clerk I to Clerk II; Storekeeper I to Storekeeper II.
- To place the appellant's position in a different class or series with a
more appropriate classification, e.g. Clerk I to Clerk Typist I.
Question and Answer Series, Including limitations of the Board:
For further information link to Classification Policies in:
Pre-Conditions For Initiating an Appeal:
- The position in question must have been classified by the Classification &
Compensation Commission of Treasury Board.
- The appeal must be initiated within fourteen working days following the
receipt by the employee of notification of the Classification & Compensation
Commission's decision on the employee's classification.
- The grounds for any appeal must be the same as those presented to the
Classification & Compensation Commission during their review of the
- Appeals should be addressed to:
The Classification Appeal
P.O. Box 8700
50 Mundy Pond Road
Telephone: (709) 729-2658
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