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LESSON 3: Demonstrating work values

WORK:
-Is an activity involving mental or physical effort done in order to achieve a
purpose or result.
-It does not only mean a paying job, most adults do some forms of work that are not
paying (making meals, doing the dishes, lawn care, paying the bills, laundry etc.)

1.PURPOSE OF WORK:
*Earning enough money to pay for short-term and long-term expenses.
*Provides people with a feeling of accomplishment.
*Contributes to developments that benefit communities and societies.

2.WORK VALUES
Able to decide what work you do Supervising your own work Being creative and
finding new ways to do things.

WORK ETHICS
- A belief that hard work and diligence have a moral benefit and an inherent
ability, virtue or value to strengthen character.
-A work ethic is a set of moral principles a person uses in their job.
Factors:
1. Goal-oriented actions
2. Dedicate on priority
3. Being available and reliable
4. Conscientiousness
5. Creating a rewarding routine/system
6. Embracing positivism.

WORK CONCEPTS
•Creating Ideas
•Sorting Ideas
•Be Creative
•Be Optimistic

3. WORK PRACTICES
-Safe work practices are generally written methods outlining how to perform a task
with minimum risk to people, equipment, materials, environment, and processes.
Good Practices
•Meet the responsibilities
•Ensuring legal rights
•Motivate your Co-workers/self
•Be more productive
•Managing time, money, and investments
•Have a pleasant personality

4. INCIDENTS/SITUATION
-An individual occurrence or event.

5. ETCHICAL STANDARDS
Principles that when followed can promote values such as trust, good behavior,
fairness, and/or kindness.

6. POLICIES AND GUIDELINES


- A rule or instruction that shows or tells how something should be done

7. PREVENTION AND REPORTING OF UNETHICAL CONDUCT


Ethics
-Moral principles that govern a person's behavior or the conducting of an right
activity.
Examples of Unethical Behavior in the Workplace
•Deliberate Deception
•Violation of Conscience
•Failure to Honor Commitments
•Unlawful Conduct
•Disregard of Company Policy
Ways to Prevent Unethical Behavior in the Workplace
•Create a Code of Conduct
•Lead By Example
•Reinforce Consequences
•Show Employees Appreciation
•Welcome an Ethics Speaker
•Create Checks and Balances
•Hire for Values

8. WORK INCIDENTS/ SITUATION

9. ETHICAL STANDARDS
-Guide individuals and the company to act in an honest and trustworthy manner in
all interactions.
Ethics and Professionalism in the workplace
1. Always strive for excellence.
2. Be trustworthy.
3. Be accountable.
4. Be courteous and respectful.
5. Be honest, open and transparent.
6. Be competent and improve continually.
7. Always be ethical.
8. Always be honorable and act with integrity.
9. Be respectful of confidentiality.
10. Set good examples.

10. CORE VALUES


•Integrity
•Being accountability
•Being completely honest.
•Keeping promises.
•Being reliable.
•Being positive.