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Training on Work Ethics for Improved Service Delivery in Public Sector

Date: June 25, 2013
Domain:Civil Service
Persona: Citizen; Government

GIS - 25 June, 2013: The Human Resource Development Council (HRDC) will organise a three-day training programme on Work Ethics for Human Resource Managers and Senior Officials of the public sector on Thursday 27 June 2013 at NG Tower, Ebène.
The training is targeting some 40 participants and the major objective is to further highlight the importance of ethics and values in the workplace. Experienced resource persons from the University of Mauritius, the Equal Opportunities Commission and the Independent Commission against Corruption will conduct the training. .
Ethical commitments and responsibilities include accountability, integrity, objectivity, honesty and justice. High ethical standards are especially important in the public sector because they are the key to an institution’s credibility and ensure that officers maintain the highest level of professional and personal conduct.
Public trust in the integrity of the government is of paramount importance and complying with the set code of Ethics is the first step in this process. Public officers need to know the basic principles and standards they are expected to apply to their work and where the boundaries of acceptable behaviour lie.
Government Information Service, Prime Minister’s Office, Level 6, New Government Centre, Port Louis, Mauritius. Email: Website:
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