work ethic


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work ethic

a belief in the moral value of work (often in the phrase Protestant work ethic)
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The focus is on employability issues, skill-set evaluation, basic work ethics and action planning.
The bottom line: having good work ethic - just like doing the right thing - can help you get ahead in life for most of the time.
Economists equate work attendance - one of the most valued attributes for employers - with work ethic.
THIRTY-FOUR secondary schools are taking part in a competition by Tamkeen that aims to promote positive work ethics and prepare students for the labour market.
The thing that really impressed me was her work ethic.
Pero if there's one thing na kakaiba sa kanya, it's his work ethic.
His work ethic is un-f**king-believable, to the point where I would worry about him.
On-loan | "He is also learning that work ethic and you could see him last night, he has covered some distance.
Various studies have also found the relationship between the protestant work ethic (PWE) and employee performance as repetitive work performance [13] negative performance [14] work effort and performance [15] .
LEWIS Hamilton believes more maturity and a better work ethic set him apart from the man he was when he last tasted Formula One title success.
Sting asserted that if his kids were in trouble he would help them, but he never really had to do that and they had this work ethic that made them want to succeed on their own merit.
Work ethic is a cultural norm that gives a positive spiritual value to the society by doing good and right things and it has an intrinsic value by itself [1].