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Code of Conduct

All employees of the Sydney Opera House are government sector employees. Part 2 of the Government Sector Employment Act 2013 (GSE Act) establishes the Ethical framework for the government sector (the Ethical Framework). The Opera House Code of Conduct is grounded in the values and principles of the Ethical Framework which applies to the whole of the government sector but also details specific conduct and behaviour expected of Opera House employees.

All employees have the responsibility to:

  • Demonstrate high levels of personal conduct consistent with the Code of Conduct;
  • Seek assistance when unsure about how to implement the Code of Conduct;
  • Promote the implementation of the Code of Conduct to their colleagues; and
  • Report possible breaches of the Code of Conduct to relevant officers.

 

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