Corporate Policies & Guidelines
City employees are expected to adhere to the following policies and guidelines, which outline their rights and responsibilities as members of the Toronto Public Service.
2018 Election Rules
The Policies for City Employees during Election Period ensures that no candidate receives an unfair advantage during the election and that the City and its employees act in a way that is fair and non-partisan.
The City of Toronto’s Accessibility Policy affirms and strengthens the City’s capacity to identify, remove and prevent barriers to access in services, policies, programs and facilities for people with disabilities, in accordance with the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA).
Policies are updated or amended periodically. Guidelines, procedures, and appendices that are associated with a policy are included as attachments within the policy.
Many staffing, leave and compensation policies and guidelines apply to management/non-union staff only. Bargaining unit members are covered by the provisions of their respective collective agreements.