ECG WORKPLACE VALUES AND BEHAVIOURS2019-01-21T11:33:05+11:00

WORKPLACE VALUES AND BEHAVIOURS

Like all modern employers, the ECG has expectations about the behaviour of its workforce. How you undertake your work, conduct yourself with your fellow employees or represent the ECG are important. That is why we have developed a range of supporting guidance that identifies the conduct, values and expected behaviour of all ECG employees.

It is important that as an ECG employee you understand your responsibilities about behaviour as breaching expectations may have serious consequences. It is a requirement of employment that you take the time to read the guidance material and resources provided below.

ECG VALUES AND SIGNATURE BEHAVIOURS

The ECG Employee Values and Signature Behaviours define who we are as an organisation. They are the touchstones by which we should measure our own – and others’ – behaviour. In a service as diverse as ours, how those values and behaviours are given life will look different depending on our particular professional and organisational context, but those unifying Values and Signature Behaviours will still be recognisable.

ECG CODE OF CONDUCT

While managers and senior staff have a heightened responsibility to model the values and signature behaviours, the obligation on all of us is to continually test our own behaviours against the descriptions set out in the ECG Code of Conduct.

THE RESPECT, EQUITY AND DIVERSITY (RED) FRAMEWORK

The ECG is committed to creating a positive, respectful, supportive and fair work environment where employee differences are respected, valued and utilised to create a productive and collaborative workplace.

RESOLVING WORKPLACE ISSUES

Resolving Workplace Issues resources were developed to provide ECG employees with information relating to treating others with respect in the workplace and preventing unacceptable behaviour such as bullying, harassment and discrimination.