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- Work ethic wins administrative jobs. // Career World;Sep95, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p2
Reports that having a good work ethic gives an individual an edge over competitors in administrative jobs according to a survey made by OfficeTeam. Important factors when hiring an administrative employee.
- Latest import to Argentina: Fast-paced US work culture. Wright, Amaranta // Christian Science Monitor;1/16/97, Vol. 89 Issue 36, p8
Focuses on the work culture in Argentina which is being transformed into a fast paced United States type work culture. Description of the traditional Argentine work culture; Comments from Gerry Palfeneer, an American executive; Effects of the Americanization of Argentina on businesses.
- Restoring the work ethic in America. // Education;Fall/Winter92, Vol. 113 Issue 1, p127
Examines the decline in the work ethic and productivity in America. Work ethic and Puritanism; Indifference and indolence in American work force; Automated technology and employment; Business strategies; Role of educators; Business-education alliances; Involving parents; Restoration of the work...
- S'long CT, h-e-l-l-o O-h-i-o. Sledge, Ann // Fairfield County Business Journal;08/16/99, Vol. 38 Issue 33, p4
Presents the author's reflections on leaving Connecticut. Surge in business activity in Fairfield County; Link between Fairfield County and New York City; Author's relocation to Ohio; Work ethic and efficiency of Connecticut people.
- The haunted house. Bauman, Zygmunt // New Internationalist;Apr97, Issue 289, p24
Focuses on the issues that influence work ethics. Replacement by consumer ethic; Loss of usefulness; Loss of mutual dependency between the rich and the poor.
- Placing blame. // Supervisory Management;Jul93, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p9
Presents a fictional case of a situation where a supervisor has to decide where to place blame among his staffers. Questions to consider concerning the case. INSET: You can win a book..
- Revising the concept of vocation. // Christian Century;10/29/86, Vol. 103 Issue 37, p943
Protestant thought, maintains the author, needs to arrive at a view of vocation that is both realistic about the nature of the workplace and sensitive to the needs of the workers.
- Creating ethical work climates: A socioeconomic perspective. Cohen, Deborah Vidaver // Journal of Socio-Economics;Summer95, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p317
Presents a theory of ethical work and describes how ethical climates can be created in business firms by applying a socioeconomic perspective to the process of organizational design. Concept of moral climate continuum; Conduciveness of positive moral climate to ethical behavior; Strategy for...
- Work smarter not longer. // Secretary;Aug/Sep95, Vol. 55 Issue 7, p6
Presents management professor Lyle Sussman's recommendations on improving work efficiency. Includes eating a healthy diet for energy; Cessation of smoking; Learning to recognize the difference between activity and productivity.
- Principles for infusing ethics in your company. Nixon, Judy C.; West, Judy F. // Business Forum;Fall93, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p12
Presents tips for enhancing ethical principles in a company. Incorporating ethical values; Building trust; Attitudes of optimism; Being an encourager; Leading by personal example.