A former Registrar of the University of Mines and Technology Mr. Emmanuel K. Bedai has asked Accra Polytechnics Management to make accessible the Polytechnic’s code of ethics to senior employees especially as the institution prepares for convention to a Technical University.
According to him “the code of ethics will outline the mission and values of the organization, how professionals are supposed to approach problems, the ethical principles based on the organization’s core values and the standards to which a professional is held”.
The former UMaT Registrar made this known to the senior administrators at a one day workshop organized for them under the theme “Promoting Work Ethics among the Senior Staff in a University” here in Accra at schools auditorium.
He cautioned that “On every new job you are given a Code of Ethics for that specific organization, explaining all the rules, regulations and expectations the organization demands from each and every one of the employees, anyone who breaks the regulations given must be punished without any consideration”.
The facilitator, asked the Senior Administrators to be punctual to work, keep issues of confidentiality to themselves, and talk less during working hours in the new era as a Technical University.
Rector of the Polytechnic, Prof. Sylvester Achio used the opportunity to call on the senior administrators to help Management with new ideas in running the Polytechnic instead of sitting on the fence and managements short comings. He appealed to senior administrators of the Polytechnic to uphold the new commitment level as the institution prepares to migrate to the University status.