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Joseph P. Pennachetti

City Manager

City Hall

11th Floor, East

100 Queen Street West

Toronto, Ontario M5H 2N2

Tel:  416-392-3551

Fax:  416-392-1827



Voluntary Separation Program

July 12, 2011

To:All Staff

From:Joseph P. Pennachetti, City Manager

Re: Voluntary Separation Program – Permanent Employees


As indicated in my note to you yesterday, the City is continuing to review and find ways to address our 2012 budget shortfall of $774 million.

Therefore, to help assist with meeting our financial pressures and to effectively reduce the size and cost of government, I am announcing today that, subject to Council approval which I will be seeking at Council's meeting to be held on September 26 and 27, 2011, the City will offer a Voluntary Separation Program for permanent employees working in the Toronto Public Service.

All permanent employees represented by CUPE Local 79, TCEU Local 416, CUPE Local 2998 and non-union exempt/management employees but excluding employees who are represented by IAFF (TPFFA) Local 3888, are eligible to apply for this program. This Program does not apply to employees employed by the City's Agencies, Boards and Commissions.

The application form is available at: http://insideto.toronto.ca/hrweb/index.htm and I have also attached a copy to this memo. Employees who wish to be considered for participation in this Program must complete the application form and ensure that it is received by the Human Resources Division no later than Friday September 9, 2011.

Following the application deadline, there will be a management review period, from September 12 to 30, 2011, after which employees will be notified if their applications for participation in the Program have been approved. In addition, employees who have been approved will be provided a departure date during the period October 1, 2011- December 31, 2011.

Voluntary Separation Program Details

An employee is eligible to receive up to a maximum 26 weeks salary as a lump sum payment, based upon her/his continuous years of service, pro-rated for part-time service,

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