Share feedback on your job through the Joint Job Evaluation Plan
What is the Joint Job Evaluation Plan?
The Joint Job Evaluation (JJE) Plan determines the minimum qualifications and evaluates the skill, effort, responsibility and working conditions for each of the more than 300 health provider jobs covered by SGEU, SEIU-West and CUPE's collective agreements with SAHO.
Using the principles of Equal Pay for Work of Equal Value and Pay Equity, the JJE Plan is designed to eliminate inequity and gender bias in jobs across the health sector. The sustainable JJE Plan was agreed to SGEU, SEIU-West, CUPE and the employer group Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations (SAHO) during health sector collective bargaining in 1998-99.
A JJE is a key opportunity for you to share feedback and information about your position to be considered in job description updates.
What is a Provincial Review?
A Provincial Review is an opportunity for employees and the Out-of-Scope (OOS) Supervisor to put forward information on whether and how the job description has changed since it was implemented or last reviewed. Each year, the JJE Maintenance Committee (JJEMC) endeavours to conduct a Provincial Review of 20-25 per cent of all jobs.
How can I get involved in the JJE Plan?
The jobs listed below are currently under review by the JJEMC. If you see your job listed, we encourage you to participate in the JJE process!
Here's what you need to do to be part of the Provincial Review of your position:
- Read through the Provincial Review Instructions.
- Make note of the key dates to submit information below.
- Complete the Provincial Review Process Form for your position.
- Complete the Job Fact Sheet for your position.
- Submit the Provincial Review Process Form and the Job Fact Sheet to your Out-of-Scope Supervisor by the date listed.
- Invite any colleagues in the same position as you to consider participating in the JJE process.
Where can I find more information?
If you are interested in updates about JJE processes or are looking for more information and helpful documents, visit the Provider Group Joint Job Evaluation website.
We encourage your participation in the JJE process and are happy to answer questions that you may have. Fill out our Contact Us form to let us know how we can help.