In my 15 years as a faculty member I served on approximately 11 search committees. Some of these search committees I chaired. These committees brought in ten new assistant professors into my departments.
I continue to be impressed by the incredible support the OPS has given the new government. It is a hallmark of a professional, non-partisan and dedicated public service. At the same time, I want to continue my ongoing dialogue with you on the OPS of the Future, the Employee Experience Survey results which will be released later this month and my personal commitment to working together to make the OPS a more diverse, inclusive and respectful workplace.
By creating a space for sharing individual lived experiences and the impacts of bias, prejudice and discrimination, the series demonstrates the OPS commitment to building a more diverse, inclusive and respectful workplace.
As our province continues to grow and change, the OPS will continue to create and sustain an accessible, inclusive workplace that promotes diversity of thought, experience and skills.
I encourage you to participate.
In keeping with our commitment to greater employee engagement, I encourage you to share your innovative ideas about how to increase efficiency, increase service excellence and reduce red tape in the Ontario Public Service OPS. As OPS employees, you have a unique perspective on ways we can be more efficient and effective.
From all parts of the organization in all parts of the province, this is your opportunity to share your ideas about how to make the OPS even more efficient and effective for the people we serve. The challenge is being rolled-out alongside the public consultations for the line-by-line review and recognizes the important role of the public service in driving change.
Tools to help you develop and submit ideas are also available on the site, including an ideas submission guide, FAQs and additional resources. Ideas can be submitted individually or in teams using the online submission form on Inside OPS. Ideas will be reviewed and may be selected to be presented to a panel.
Visit the Big Bold Ideas Challenge intranet page for more information. If you do not have access to Inside OPSplease connect with your manager. Agency staff can participate at Topical for Agencies.
I look forward to seeing your creative and innovative ideas. Nancy is a well-respected, experienced leader with a proven track record of leading major transformational initiatives and developing strong relationships with stakeholders.
Nancy has held a number of executive positions over her distinguished career in the Ontario Public Service. Prior to that, Nancy also served as an assistant deputy minister at the Ministry of Finance.
Please join me in congratulating Nancy on her new responsibilities and welcoming her to the deputy minister team. Bruce, a career educator, has more than 30 years of experience in the education sector.
Bruce has served as the Deputy Minister of Education since October Some key contributions Bruce has made during his time as Deputy Minister include reorganizing the ministry to be more student focused while placing greater emphasis on innovation, diversity and equity.Mar 18, · This report from CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) provides recommendations for primary care clinicians who are prescribing opioids for chronic pain outside of active cancer treatment, palliative care, and end-of-life care.
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About Karen Kelsky I am a former tenured professor at two institutions--University of Oregon and University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. I have trained numerous Ph.D.
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