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Michel Doiron
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Michel Doiron
2016-04-14 12:39
Okay, so first of all, employees in Veterans Affairs are not paid per widget or whatever the right terminology is. They are at salary. They do get overtime and that. Executives, like other executives in the federal government, do have performance pay, but the employees do not.
The employees are held accountable. We have a quality assurance program that ensures that they are meeting the requirements of the program.
Michel Doiron
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Michel Doiron
2016-04-14 12:39
Yes, executives and directors have performance pay. That's like all employees in the public service, by the way. But our managers and our employees are not on performance pay. They're on salary and they do get overtime and things like that.
Work is tracked. People are held accountable for delivering their work. There is a quality assurance program that is relatively new, but there is a quality assurance program to ensure that the work performed by the employees is meeting the criteria or requirements of the acts. We have to remember that this is all in law, right? Our stuff is in law.
I forget if I answered all your points.
Maureen Sinnott
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Maureen Sinnott
2016-03-08 12:44
The $3.8 million that's listed in the statutory appropriations [Technical difficulty--Editor].
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