The Policy, Planning, Finance and Administration (PPFA) Division provides centralized financial and administrative support to the Deputy City Manager and Cluster B programs so they can focus on providing services to the residents and businesses in the City of Toronto.
We are committed to responding to our clients and fulfilling both corporate and divisionally-set customer service standards in order to assist our corporate partners to realize their customer service standards as well.
All emails will be acknowledged within two business days.
- Provide a "Vacation" or "Out of Office" rule on individual email boxes, providing a co-worker's name and contact information as a backup, if the employee is not at work.
All telephone calls will be returned within one business day.
- Provide an "absence alert," "vacation," or "out of office" voice mail message, providing a co-worker's name and contact information as a backup, if the employee is not at work.
All callers will be assisted wherever possible, even if they' have called the wrong number. Callers will not be transferred to another phone number/voice mail box without being made aware and will be given a direct number to call in the event a call is dropped.
Conduct regular meetings of the divisional Customer Service Improvement Team and provide work plans of this group, as requested.
Make quarterly reviews of the PPFA intranet site to refresh material and ensure all content that is posted is still relevant.
The Customer Service Improvement Team commits to monitoring these service levels and making amendments as required.
Ensure PPFA's Complaint Handling Guidelines are up-to-date on the corporate internet site.
- Update the corporate complaint tracking tool quarterly.
Corporate Service Standards
The City's corporate online, email and telephone service standards support the delivery of exceptional, equitable and accessible customer service.