THE NEED FOR SWORN TO HONOR (S2H)
"The labor movement was founded on the principle that a hard day's work deserves a fair day's pay." AFL-CIO President Richard L. Trumka at the Music FIRST Coalition Conference, Washington, DC, 2010
Sworn to Honor (S2H) is a licensed and powerful Ultra-Performance Management program for Public Safety Forces Administrators. They need all employees to give the public a fair work for a fair day's pay.
- It is fair to say that as much as 80-90% of PSF-Employees give the public a fair day's work; S2H collects data to demonstrate this by focusing on those that DO NOT honor traditional employment values and standards.
- S2H standards are drawn from and supported by 246 years of American Common Law relating to Employer-Employee relationships.
- Only employees capable and willing to honor the implied and expressed duties and responsibilities required of their positions and job assignments will survive in an S2H environment.
- A criterion for all positions and jobs in all Public-Safety Forces agencies require employees to be always on-duty and off-duty "persons of good character." S2H controls the Burden of Proof in a challenge to agencies' Managerial Authority to require employees to be Self-Govern and accountable for their conduct and behavior.
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