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How work ethic will effect your career.

Written by: Christopher Michael Cooper/Sacred Imprint-This Life Is Not Pretend Work ethic is the attitude one has toward work and is crucial to anyone’s success. A strong work ethic has many factor’s and these factors are: ResponsibilityDependabilityProfessionalismTreating others with respectFollowing through on your wordAccepting additional assignmentsBeing an honest team memberCompleting work on time A strong […]

Written by: Christopher Michael Cooper/Sacred Imprint-This Life Is Not Pretend

Work ethic is the attitude one has toward work and is crucial to anyone’s success. A strong work ethic has many factor’s and these factors are:

  • Responsibility
  • Dependability
  • Professionalism
  • Treating others with respect
  • Following through on your word
  • Accepting additional assignments
  • Being an honest team member
  • Completing work on time

A strong work ethic is responsible for your success and how you get along with team member’s and work ethic is important to your individual success. These factors are important to how you get a along with others and how you individually perform and are important to your career period. I hope this article provides you value.

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