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KEY JOB ETHICS AS A PROFESSIONAL WORKER

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If you are going to be successful at a particular job, you must have a solid job ethic. Job Ethics is the behavior and attitude that an employee has towards their job and workplace. It includes the moral principles and values an employee abides by in performing their duties at work.

 These ethics refers to the characteristics you should have and how these characteristics influence the way you react in particular circumstances. Job ethics makes a person a more responsible and dedicated employee. It not only affects their work performance but their everyday life. It becomes part of the employee’s identity.

 It is important to have strong work ethics because it helps you to be a positive person which then makes you favored by the people you work with, propelling your career forward. It also improves your leadership skills making you a go-to person for progressive projects.

Having established the importance of job ethics, it is time for us to know what constitutes a strong job ethic. No use knowing the importance if you don’t know the constituents, right?

The following are the elements of a strong job ethic;

POSITIVE ATTITUDE:

  This is a very important ethic. This means that the employee must not see impossibilities in the task given. Statements like;” it is too hard” or ‘I can’t do this” are not expected from a good employee. A positive outlook is required to be productive and a positive attitude is built by loving the job. You can’t have a positive attitude towards a job you don’t even like.

COOPERATION AND TEAMWORK:

  Being an employee means that you are part of an organization. This means that you must be able to work well with others. You are a part of a whole so you must be able to function well with other parts to make sure the whole function well. This ethic revolves around the ability to put effort into working well with others. The employees must work in a polite and productive manner with other employees even if the employee in question is not their favorite to work with. This is very beneficial to both the employee and the organization. It helps the individual to better tolerate others and helps the organization to increase productivity.

INTEGRITY AND DISCIPLINE:

This means that the employee should do the right thing at the right time. There should be consistency in the employee’s behavior. The employee should not be nice to the seniors and be very mean to the juniors. Also, the employee should be disciplined and dedicated enough to finish their tasks before deadlines. This will make them reliable employees

RESPECT:

 An employee should have respect for juniors, colleagues, seniors. It is part of a good ethic to respect the hierarchical order in the organization. The employee should maintain a lively but professional relationship with other employees. The employee should not treat any other employee with disdain or disrespect regardless of whatever position they hold or the employee holds.

FOCUS:

 As an employee, you should be able to complete your tasks without any distractions. Your job should be your priority. You should be concerned about fulfilling your duties and responsibilities. Any other thing should not hold any relevance. Time at the workplace is not the time to engage in unproductive activities like gossiping or surfing through social media. 

PROFESSIONALISM:

 This involves all other job disciplines that could not be mentioned. This means that the employee is supposed to adhere to the official rules. That is the employee is to be punctual, wear the correct office outfits, use time wisely, conservatively use office materials, etc.

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