Public Works has three workplace core values that we live and embrace everyday: Respect, Integrity and Responsiveness.
What are core values? Core values are a set of beliefs and commitments for how we treat each other. They explain who we are as an organization and reflect our collective, fundamental beliefs. Each of our core values are constant, essential and enduring as they embody the traits and qualities that represent Public Works' highest priorities.
What can core values do for us? Core values establish the quality of our work environment and shape the culture of our organization. They also direct how we conduct ourselves at work and guide our actions as public servants and co-workers. Serving as a code of conduct, our core values guide behaviors throughout all ranks of the organization and drive cultural change, help address unacceptable behavior in a non-threatening way and reinforce desired behaviors.
Public Works Core Values 2017 Employee Video Contest!
Take a look at our sample video for inspiration. We encourage you to be creative and think outside of the box!
Detailed rules: Videos must contain only original material. Submissions cannot contain copyrighted music or images, unless you have authorization proof to use them. When filming people, participants must ensure the subjects have given their consent.
Violence, profanity, sexually explicit content, libel and/or attacks on individuals or organizations may not be depicted in any form. Videos should not invade privacy, reveal other people’s personal information or display predatory behavior. Videos must not contain material that promotes intolerance, harassment, intimidation, racism, hatred or harm against any group, individual or organization or promote discrimination based on race, gender, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation or age.
The Core Values Team reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to disqualify and delete any entry it deems to be offensive, inappropriate, derogatory and libelous, or not in keeping with the competition theme or that is otherwise not in compliance with the official contest rules.
San Francisco Public Works
City Hall, Room 348
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102