Appropriate Work Behaviour

APPROPRIATE WORK BEHAVIOUR

This unit covers a range of concepts including how one should behave in a professional relationship. Students will learn about the things they should and should not do in work, with a focus on addressing particular behaviours that the client group might exhibit that would not be appropriate, for example, huffing, telling tales, etc. Other rules that typically apply in a work setting are covered, for example, stealing, taking alcohol or drugs and behaving dangerously.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
People in work
Co-workers
The boss

Relationships
Physical closeness
Communicating feelings at work

Appropriate behaviour
Be polite and show good manners
Consider the feelings of others


Smile and be happy

Inappropriate behaviour
Inappropriate comments
Huffing
Telling tales
Staring at people

Other things you should know
Compliments
Using mobile phones


Some final rules!
Telling lies
Stealing things
Drinking alcohol
Taking drugs
Behaving dangerously
 Being violent or hitting people