Cadres and civil servants must dress modestly, skirts above the knee, not slit too high


Minister of Home Affairs Pham Thi Thanh Tra – Photo: Q.TH

This provision is included in the code of conduct for staff. officer, officials and employees of the Ministry of Home Affairs has just been signed and promulgated by Minister Pham Thi Thanh Tra and takes effect from the date of signing.

According to the Ministry of Home Affairs, while working at the office or on official duty, civil servants, public employees and employees must wear polite clothes, neat hair, shoes or sandals with back straps.

Costumes must be suitable to the nature of work, industry specifics and the nation’s fine customs and traditions, tight pants and blouses, skirts that exceed the knee length, no splits too high, and jeans and shirts not to be worn. The font has no collars.

The Ministry of Home Affairs encourages female cadres to wear national costumes on holidays, Tet or special occasions.

Postures, manners and gestures of civil servants must be serious, welcoming, gentle, humble, polite, respectful of communicators, using standard, clear and coherent language.

Do not work separately, do not smoke at the office or office; do not use alcoholic beverages before and during working hours, lunch breaks on working days (unless assigned by competent authorities to receive guests). Do not wear headphones, play music, listen to music, play video games and personal entertainment devices during working hours.

Civil servants must perform “4 please, 4 always”: Hello, sorry, thank you, please; always smiling, always gentle, always listening, always helping.

Civil servants are not suggested to give or receive money or gifts

The Code of Conduct of the Ministry of Home Affairs also stipulates what cadres, civil servants, public employees and employees are not allowed to do.

That is falling into social evils in any form, taking advantage of positions and powers of individuals, in the name of agencies and organizations to solve work to benefit individuals, families or relatives such as borrowing money from other people. borrow, promise, run a job, run a project or scheme, or appropriate other people’s money or property.

Must not have bureaucratic, authoritarian, bossy, or harassing attitudes or behaviors, causing tension, pressing, or intimidating people; suggesting to give money, receive money, gifts or accept work done outside the agency, outside working hours for personal gain.

For civil servants and public employees holding leadership and management positions, the Ministry of Home Affairs requires not to take advantage of their working positions to appoint acquaintances; take the initiative to resign from his position when he has limited capacity and low reputation; not entangled in term thinking.

Civil servants must also adhere to the discipline of speech, not to use social networks to exploit and propagate unverified, one-sided, one-sided information that affects public service activities.

For civil servants and public employees who do not hold leadership or managerial positions, they must not take advantage of the expression of opinions, suggestions and criticism to damage the reputation of leading cadres, managers and colleagues; do not flatter superiors to please because the motive is not pure.

Officials of the Ministry of Home Affairs must not allow parents, spouses, children, brothers and sisters to use their own name to benefit their families and themselves.

The Code of Conduct of the Ministry of Home Affairs also stipulates that in case cadres, civil servants, public employees and employees violate the rules, depending on the severity, they will be reminded and criticized; Serious violations will be considered and handled according to the provisions of law and regulations of the Ministry of Home Affairs.

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