Employees are expected to conduct themselves with the public and with their fellow employees in a manner which will enhance public respect for, and confidence in, the employee and the Office of the Chief Financial Officer as a whole.
The OCFO is committed to maintaining a work environment free from violence, threats of violence, harassment, intimidation, and other disruptive behavior. Such conduct in the workplace or in connection with official business will not be tolerated and will be dealt with appropriately. This includes disciplinary action as well as possible criminal penalties.
- Treat members of the public in a courteous manner
- Deal with co-workers, supervisors and other government employees in a professional and respectful manner
- Perform their duties in a wholly impartial manner
- Maintain accurate records
- Wear OCFO identification at all times while on duty.
Additionally, employees shall avoid any action that may lead members of the public to believe that the employee is:
- Using public office for private gain
- Giving preferential treatment to any citizen
- Making work-related decisions contrary to agency/department policy
- Using one's official position to harass or intimidate any person or entity.