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Behaving Ethically
All NSW government sector employees are required to behave in ways that are ethical, lawful and build trust in the sector. This means acting in ways that demonstrate the government sector core values of Integrity, Trust, Service and Accountability.
Employee Value Proposition: I work for NSW
The PSC has developed an overarching Employee Value Proposition (EVP) for the NSW Government in consultation with NSW Public Sector employees. The EVP supports our goal of becoming an employer of choice in Australia and attracting and retaining the best and the brightest people to the NSW public sector.
Ethical framework
The Government Sector Employment Act 2013 establishes a new legal requirement for all people employed in the government sector - to act ethically and in the public interest. Details of the four government sector core values and 18 principles that guide their implementation can be found in Part 2 of the Act: Ethical framework for the government sector.
Ethics & Leadership in the Public Sector Conference
The Public Service Commission hosted Ethics and Leadership in the Public Sector, a multi-jurisdictional conference for senior executives and managers, on 7 and 8 May 2015 at the Hilton Sydney.
Respect, reflect, reset
The Positive and Productive Workplaces Guideline supports NSW government sector agencies, their leaders and employees in preventing, identifying and responding to workplace bullying.