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Subject: Re: How does the doc define coworkers as applied in 6a 6b of blue book rules??

Interpret it anyway you want.
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Date Posted: 18:52:01 06/20/07 Wed
In reply to: curious 's message, "How does the doc define coworkers as applied in 6a 6b of blue book rules??" on 03:20:37 06/15/07 Fri

(a) Correctional goals and objectives can best be achieved through
the united and loyal efforts of all employees. In your working
relationships with co-workers you should treat each other with
mutual respect, kindness and civility, as become correctional
professionals. You should control your temper, exercise the
utmost patience and discretion, and avoid all collusions, jealousy
and controversies in your relationships with co-workers.
Unverified information (rumors) should not be conveyed to any
person other than your direct supervisor. You must not solicit
membership to any organization during the course of your duties.
Nor shall you solicit for any other cause while on Department of
Correction or institution property.
(b) Do not foster discontent or otherwise tend to lower the morale
of any employee, and be particularly discreet in your interest of the
personal matters of any co-worker, or when discussing personal
matters of yourself or another. You must not inspect personnel or
casework folders or other official documents or papers other than
that which is necessary in the official performance of your duties.
(c) Relations between supervising and subordinate employees
should be friendly in aim yet impersonal and impartial to such a
degree that no subordinate employee may justly feel themselves
favored or discriminated against. Supervising employees may
express appreciation for good job performance as well as criticism
for faulty execution of orders. You shall readily perform such
duty as assigned, and must exhibit at all times, the kind of respect
towards your superior which is expected and required in
correctional service. You shall not receive or follow orders of any
kind emanating from any person who is not officially connected
with the institution or the Department of Correction. Report all
infractions of law, rules and orders to a higher authority.

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Re: How does the doc define coworkers as applied in 6a 6b of blue book rules?? (NT)I mean do you have to work at the same facility? And do have to have ever worked with that person. like say you never worked together anywhere.15:59:47 06/24/07 Sun

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