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pdf.png Belize Public Service Regulations 2014

Belize Public Service Regulations 2014

Date 2015-12-20 File Size 1.05 MB Download 770 Download
pdf.png Employee Assistance Policy for the Belize Public Service 2013

 

Date 2015-12-20 File Size 657.47 KB Download 378 Download
pdf.png What is Employee Assistance Program? - Brochure

What is EAP?

In the broadest sense an EAP is a management support programme that recognizes that there can be extraneous factors that may detract employees from performing their best in the work place.  Download the PDF Version to read more...

Date 2016-02-12 Language  English File Size 1.05 MB Download 261 Download
pdf.png Dress Code For The Belize Public Service

Over the past decade or so, concerted efforts have been made to preserve the image of our Public Service as an institution that sets the standard for all other institutions in our country—from customer service delivery, to responsiveness to national emergencies. This image is, first and foremost, reflective of how public officers attire themselves for the workplace. Such attire should depict professionalism and a sense of pride and purposefulness in our outlook as employees of the State and serve to generate respect for and confidence in the government of the day.

The Code is a guide to managers and supervisors in their oversight of officers under their charge. Attempts have been made to cover all aspects of attire, including good grooming and use of jewelry, which all manifest a professional appearance or lack thereof.

Emphasis is again placed on the need for a departure from such practices as ‘dress down Friday’, when officers attire themselves in blue jeans. The wearing of slippers, or flip flops to work and in the work place is strictly prohibited. This is considered one of the worst forms of unprofessional attire that signals a form of disregard for oneself, one’s co-workers and, most important, government clients.

These practices have become the ‘new normal’ in the Public Service and every attempt must be made to reverse this trend.

Managers and supervisors are encouraged to exercise strict adherence to this Dress Code.

Date 2017-01-10 File Size 3.27 MB Download 548 Download