By Sade Adewale
The Former Director General of Administration in the Ondo State Local Government Service Commission (LGSC), Barr. Akin Fagunloye has said that workers should see punctuality and readiness to work as good ethics that will make the local government service grow.
He stated this while speaking with the officers promoted into the unified local government service of the state recently in Akure, the state capital.
Fagunloye added that all local government workers should imbibe the ethics of the service so as to make it grow in all ramifications.
According to him, the role of all stakeholders should be complementary and sustained through training and supervision of workers to achieve good work value.
He advised them to familiarise themselves with extant rules and regulations on principles that encourage teamwork and harmonious relationship.
The Director further advised the officers to have unquestionable loyalty and also be faithful to the superiors in the service in order to have smooth service delivery.
He urged them to be polite in their attitude while showing willingness and generosity in their relationships with one another so as to attain the desired goals.
He advised them to be skilful in handling difficult situations without offending the people involved.
Fagunloye enjoined the officers to always work together as a team while discharging their duties for effective and efficient service delivery.
He advised them to shun violence, gossip and caution themselves on careless talks that can tarnish the image of the local government service.
Fagunloye further advised them to imbibe work ethics that will enhance hard-work and diligence for seamless growth and cooperation.
He urged officers to be conversant with service rules and regulations at all times.