The Resource APS values : extract from Public Service Commissioner's directions, (electronic resource)

APS values : extract from Public Service Commissioner's directions, (electronic resource)

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APS values : extract from Public Service Commissioner's directions
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APS values
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extract from Public Service Commissioner's directions
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eng
Summary
"Chapter 2 of the Directions, which provides directions for Agency Heads and APS employees on each of the APS Values, is reproduced in this booklet. It should be read in conjunction with Chapter 3, Diversity in employment, and Chapter 4, Merit in employment, which are available on the APS Commission?s website. This publication sets out Chapter 2 at the date of publication. Any amendments made from time to time will be notified on the APS Commission?s website" [taken from title page]
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APS values : extract from Public Service Commissioner's directions, (electronic resource)
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http://www.apsc.gov.au/values/directions.htm
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Note
  • Title from title page of document (viewed 13/9/11)
  • Chapter 2, 1999
Contents
Foreword; Information about the APS values; Purpose of Chapter 2; The APS is apolitical, performing its functions in an impartial and professional manner (Act s. 10(1)(a)) ; The APS is a public service in which employment decisions are based on merit (Act s. 10(1)(b)); The APS provides a workplace that is free from discrimination and recognises and utilises the diversity of the Australian community it serves (Act s. 10 (1)(c)); The APS has the highest ethical standards (Act s. 10(1)(d)); The APS is openly accountable for its actions, within the framework of Ministerial responsibility to the Government, the Parliament and the Australian public (Act s. 10(1)(e)); The APS is responsive to the Government in providing frank, honest, comprehensive, accurate and timely advice and in implementing the Government's policies and programs (Act s. 10(1)(f)); The APS delivers services fairly, effectively, impartially and courteously to the Australian public and is sensitive to the diversity of the Australian public (Act s. 10(1)(g)); The APS has leadership of the highest quality (Act s. 10(1)(h)); The APS establishes workplace relations that value communication, consultation, co-operation and input from employees on matters that affect their workplace (Act s. 10(1)(i)); The APS provides a fair, flexible, safe and rewarding workplace (Act s. 10(1)(j)); The APS focuses on achieving results and managing performance (Act s. 10(1)(k)); The APS promotes equity in employment (Act s. 10(1)(l)); The APS provides a reasonable opportunity to all eligible members of the community to apply for APS employment (Act s. 10(1)(m)); The APS is a career-based service to enhance the effectiveness and cohesion of Australia's democratic system of government (Act s. 10(1)(n)); The APS provides a fair system of review of decisions taken in respect of APS employees (Act s. 10(1)(o))
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APS values : extract from Public Service Commissioner's directions, (electronic resource)
Link
http://www.apsc.gov.au/values/directions.htm
Publication
Note
  • Title from title page of document (viewed 13/9/11)
  • Chapter 2, 1999
Contents
Foreword; Information about the APS values; Purpose of Chapter 2; The APS is apolitical, performing its functions in an impartial and professional manner (Act s. 10(1)(a)) ; The APS is a public service in which employment decisions are based on merit (Act s. 10(1)(b)); The APS provides a workplace that is free from discrimination and recognises and utilises the diversity of the Australian community it serves (Act s. 10 (1)(c)); The APS has the highest ethical standards (Act s. 10(1)(d)); The APS is openly accountable for its actions, within the framework of Ministerial responsibility to the Government, the Parliament and the Australian public (Act s. 10(1)(e)); The APS is responsive to the Government in providing frank, honest, comprehensive, accurate and timely advice and in implementing the Government's policies and programs (Act s. 10(1)(f)); The APS delivers services fairly, effectively, impartially and courteously to the Australian public and is sensitive to the diversity of the Australian public (Act s. 10(1)(g)); The APS has leadership of the highest quality (Act s. 10(1)(h)); The APS establishes workplace relations that value communication, consultation, co-operation and input from employees on matters that affect their workplace (Act s. 10(1)(i)); The APS provides a fair, flexible, safe and rewarding workplace (Act s. 10(1)(j)); The APS focuses on achieving results and managing performance (Act s. 10(1)(k)); The APS promotes equity in employment (Act s. 10(1)(l)); The APS provides a reasonable opportunity to all eligible members of the community to apply for APS employment (Act s. 10(1)(m)); The APS is a career-based service to enhance the effectiveness and cohesion of Australia's democratic system of government (Act s. 10(1)(n)); The APS provides a fair system of review of decisions taken in respect of APS employees (Act s. 10(1)(o))
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