§ 2-203.01. Standards of conduct.  

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  • (a) To an unusual extent and in a special way, employees in the city organization are "good will ambassadors". Such status involves a degree of duty and obligation regarding public and private conduct, which is not common to other classes of employment. The attitude and deportment of a city employee should at all times be such as to promote the good will and favorable attitude of the public toward the city, its programs, and policies.

    (b) All employees are encouraged to develop skills and seek formal training that will enhance their personal development and add to the overall expertise of the organization.

    (c) It is the policy of the city to expect from employees compliance with the PAP, state statutes, federal regulations and departmental rules in the performance of duties, as well as compliance with all safety rules and standards. An employee who violates any of the standards of conduct, departmental rules, or the PAP shall be subject to disciplinary action.

(Ord. No. 2001-08, § 1, 6-19-01)