To ensure orderly operations and provide the best work environment, the City expects employees to follow rules of conduct that will protect the interests and safety of all employees of the City. While it’s not possible to list all the forms of behavior that are considered unacceptable in the workplace, there are examples listed in the City of Cullman Personnel Handbook.
Unsafe conditions and/or acts should be reported to your immediate supervisor. All accidents resulting in injury and/or property damage should be reported promptly to your supervisor. Any form of harassment (including sexual harassment) or abusive, taunting, or demeaning behavior – whether directed toward or witnessed by the employee – should be reported directly to Human Resources.
Refer to the Employee Handbook or consult a supervisor or HR for more detailed information on employee rules of conduct and on the following related topics:
- AWOL & Lateness Policy
- Dress Code Policy
- Information Systems Policy
- City Vehicle Policy
- Employee Travel Policy
- Off-Duty Work by Police Officers
- Political Activity Regulations
- Ethics Policy
- Progressive Discipline Policy