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Citizens expect their government agencies to be run efficiently and professionally. In this video new employees see what it takes to be a professional staff member, and experienced employees are asked questions to see if they are still the professional they think they are.
The examined topics include: being law abiding, being businesslike, respecting government property, being sober, being moral, being honest, having a professional demeanor and why it is important to obey legitimate orders.
By the end of the program new employees understand clearly the conduct the public expects of them, and experienced employees see for themselves if they are still as professional as they thought they were.The video "preview" clip shown on this page requires that Windows Media Player is installed on your computer. To add this media player product, download from Microsoft Windows Media Player.
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE ORIENTATION AND REFRESHER TRAINING
This program is part of the Government Employee Orientation and Refresher Training series. After a nationwide study of government orientation and refresher training practices, these programs were produced in cooperation with seven government agencies to create the first ever realistic audio-visual training designed specifically for city, county, state and federal employees.
There is a 10% discount when an agency purchases all five programs in this series. Topics included in the series include:
· Customer Service
· Dealing With Difficult Citizens
· Government Ethics
· Professional Conduct
· Preventing Accidents
For information on the other programs in the Government Employee Orientation and Refresher Training series, click the links to the related products, below.