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discusses applied work ethics in the new normal; government work ethics; accountability for good governance; general work ethics; characteristics of praise-worthy employees; pillars of work ethics development; universal ethics; the golden rule; work from home

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  1. 1. APPLIED WORK ETHICS IN THE NEW NORMAL Juan Martin Guasch
  2. 2. Let us make a review: Ethics Morality Values Norms Etiquette The Greek word Ethos Latin moralis Halaga pamantayan Magandang asal; magandang kaugalian Custom, habit, character or disposition Principles concerning the distinction between right and wrong or good and bad behaviour The regard that something is held to deserve, the importance, worth or usefulness of something Something that is usual, typical or standard The customary code of polite behaviour in society or among members of a profession or group Ethics is concerned with what is good for individuals and society A particular system of values and principles of conduct, especially one held by specified person or society Estimate the monetary worth of something A standard or pattern, especially social behaviour that is typical or expected of a group Describes the requirements of behaviours according to the conventions of society How to live a good life Our rights and responsibilities The language of right and wrong Moral decisions what is good and bad The extent to which an action is right or wrong Consider someone or something is important or beneficial
  3. 3. Republic of the Philippines, Civil Service Commission GOVERNMENT WORK ETHICS • ETHICS • In the context of Philippine government, the highest standards of ethics are embodied in Republic Act No. 6713 or the Code of Conduct and Ethical Standards for Public Officials and Employees. RA 6713 also bears the eight (8) norms of conduct – commitment to public interest, professionalism, justness and sincerity, political neutrality, responsiveness to the public, nationalism and patriotism, commitment to democracy, and simple living. These norms of conduct govern the principle of ethics for the lingkod bayani who works in an environment where corruption thrives. The same norms promote the idea that even in the smallest of matters, a lingkod bayani should be able to withstand temptation, reject mediocrity, and protect his or her integrity.
  4. 4. •INTEGRITY •Integrity, also known as moral uprightness and strong adherence to honesty and fairness, is closely linked to ethics. Integrity also refers to wholeness and completeness. This is an important definition and well worth thinking over. We hear expressions such as “the integrity of the exam” or the “the integrity of the document”, which means something remains untainted, and was not tampered with or altered. When a person commits something unethical, in a sense he or she also loses his or her wholeness. There is damage already done to a person’s character.
  5. 5. • ACCOUNTABILITY FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE • We always hear the phrase “public office is a public trust”. Ang ibig sabihin nito, may pananagutan tayo sa taumbayan. Lahat ng ginagawa natin, ginagastos natin, isinasa-katuparan natin ay pananagutan natin sa taumbayan. Sabi nga sa Panunumpa ng Lingkod Bayan: “Ang bawat sandali ay ituturing kong gintong butil na gagawin kong kapaki- pakinabang. Lagi kong isasaalang-alang ang interes ng nakararami bago ang sarili kong kapakanan.” • Working in government is different because we are not only looking out for ourselves or for our organization. Our focus is delivering services for the benefit of our main clientele—the Filipino people. We are primarily here to serve, and not to be served.
  6. 6. 2 GENERAL WORK ETHICS
  7. 7. What is Work Ethic? Work Ethic is a set of standards of behaviour and beliefs regarding what is and isn’t acceptable to do at work Work Ethic can be strong (good) or poor (bad). It depends on personal views of employees, their motivation, and overall company culture A Strong Work Ethic is an attitude, an employer applies to their work that indicates a high level of passion for the work they do! A Bad Work Ethic is an attitude that an employee demonstrates that shows a lack of ambition and professionalism in the workplace
  8. 8. Let us watch this video on General Work Ethics
  9. 9. Characteristics of Praise-Worthy Employees Reliability Dedication Productivity Cooperation Integrity Responsibility Professionalism Discipline
  10. 10. Reliability Employees with a strong work ethic are very reliable. You can expect these individuals to be on time for shifts and meetings. They meet their deadlines and offer quality work. A reliable co- worker makes an excellent teammate because they contribute fairly to projects.
  11. 11. Dedication Part of a good work ethic is commitment and dedication to the job. They know how to focus on tasks without being distracted. These employees usually work until they finish their duties. They stay with one company for long periods of time.
  12. 12. Discipline is an essential part of showing a good work ethic. Highly disciplined employees show determination and commitment to the job. They strive to meet or exceed expectations and seek opportunities to learn new skills and improve their performance
  13. 13. Productivity A strong work ethic translates to outstanding productivity. Productive employees often have a higher output than their counterparts. They complete projects early and do more than the minimum requirements.
  14. 14. Cooperation A good work ethic is something that employees often spread to those around them by cooperating willingly on projects. They show good teamwork and readily assist others when needed
  15. 15. Integrity Professional integrity means holding oneself to high moral principles. Those with a strong work ethic also have outstanding integrity. They’re honest, polite and fair to others.
  16. 16. Responsibility Demonstrating strong work ethic requires a keen sense of responsibility. Those who are ethical and responsible hold themselves accountable for their actions. They will accept the blame for errors they’ve contributed to and proactively work to fix these issues.
  17. 17. Professionalism Employees with a good work ethic almost always maintain their professionalism. They exhibit a professional attitude clear in the way they dress, speak and carry themselves. They’re respectful, focused, organized and neat.
  18. 18. Ways to Demonstrate Work Ethics Put away things that might distract from your work, such as your cell phone Ask trusted colleagues or mentors to help you identify areas for improvement and set SMART goals Spend your time wisely on tasks that align with your goals and prioritize tasks by impact Organize your notes, email inbox, and workspaces for increased focus, motivation and time management
  19. 19. Ways to Demonstrate Work Ethics Take breaks throughout the day and practice a healthy work/life balance to avoid burnout Identify aspects of your work that motivate you such as tasks, goals or colleagues Practice time management to complete quality, on-time work and to be more present during meetings
  20. 20. Some types of workplace ethics • Business ethics, which includes issues surrounding contractual agreements, advertising practices, and product quality. • Employer ethics, which encompasses hiring practices, fair treatment of employees, and development of employee guidelines. • Sexual harassment ethics, which includes issues stemming from unwanted sexual advances and discrimination based on gender. • Diversity ethics, which involves situations related to race, religion, and cultural differences.
  21. 21. Bad Work ethic? • Poor attendance, including repeated absences, leisurely lunches, and early departures • Procrastination, or continually waiting until the last minute to begin an important project or complete a task • Wasting time, or spending excessive time engaging in office gossip, surfing the internet, or tending to personal issues • Refusal to participate in work activities or to engage with fellow team members
  22. 22. 15 Pillars of Work Ethics Development 1. Define expectation with measurable Key Performance Indicator 2. Nurture a smooth communication 3. Don’t compromise with quality 4. Listen to what your heart says 5. Don’t see the results only, encourage the honest process
  23. 23. 15 Pillars of Work Ethics Development 6. Set discipline measures and maintain 7. Show your positivity always 8. Implement quality and standard 9. Grow empowerment and leadership 10. Justify the evaluation process
  24. 24. 15 Pillars of Work Ethics Development 11. Fix achievable targets and deadline 12. Motivate the bottom line with the recognition 13. Change yourself and the down line 14. Find the meaning of life 15. Enforce a chain of command
  25. 25. 3 UNIVERSAL ETHICS
  26. 26. UNIVERSAL ETHICS 5 Rules To Make an Ethical Decision (1) Golden Rule (2) Universalizability (3) Religious Values (4) Public Benefit (5) Say It
  27. 27. Let us watch this video about The Golden Rule
  28. 28. Love your neighbor as you love yourself Vayikra (Judaism) A state that is not pleasing or delightful to me….how could I inflict upon another Samyutta Nikaya (Buddhism) Love your neighbor as you love yourself Vayikra (Judaism) None of you has faith until he loves for his brother what he loves for himself An-nawawi’s Forty Hadith (Islam) Precious like jewels are the minds of all. To hurt them is not at all good. If thou desirest thy beloved, then hurt thou not anyone’s heart Guru Granth Sahib (Sikhism) Do to others as you would have them do to you The Gospel of Luke (Christianity) What you do not wish for yourself, do not do to others Confucius, Analects (Confucianism) Regard your neighbor’s gain as your own gain, and your neighbor’s loss as your own loss T’ai Shang Kan Ying P’ien (Taoism) One should never do that to another which one regards as injurious to one’s own self Brihaspati, Mahabharata (Hinduism)
  29. 29. Let us watch this video on Universalizability
  30. 30. What is the concept of universalizability? According to Immanuel Kant The principle of universalizability is a form of a moral test that invites us to imagine a world in which any proposed action is also adopted by everyone else.
  31. 31. Religious values
  32. 32. Doing what is right and Doing what is good!
  33. 33. Can you give me one of the seven virtues?
  34. 34. Public Benefit
  35. 35. Say It!
  36. 36. 1. Procrastination 2. Email 3. Attitude problem (Negativity/Toxicity) 4. Socialising 5. Politicking and gossiping 6. Jokes 7. Punctuality 8. Work-from-home 9. Personal life comes first (irresponsibility) 10. Dressing unprofessionally
  37. 37. How to Improve Work Ethics (1) Start with your body – treat it right (2) Eliminate as many distractions as possible (3) Measure your ethic against others (4) Set your own standard of excellence (5) Be dependable (6) Work a flexible day (7) Start your day strong and get to work on time (8) Don’t let mistakes ruin your progress (9) Don’t let progress ruin you!
  38. 38. PROS & CON FOR WFH PROS CON FLEXIBILITY LOST CONNECTIVITY FREEDOM COMPROMISE ON QUALITY PERSONAL GROWTH BALANCE CONFUSION BETTER WORK-LIFE BALANCE OVERTIME SELF MOTIVATION RESOURCE SAVING
  39. 39. Work From Home Policy 1) DEFINE WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO WORK FROM HOME 2) ESTABLISH AN APPROVAL PROCESS 3) SET REGULAR WORKING HOURS 4) PROVIDE GUIDANCE ON TIMEKEEPING FOR HOURLY EMPLOYEES 5) CREATE ATTENDANCE AND AVAILABILITY STANDARDS 6) STREAMLINE COMMUNICATIONS CHANNELS 7) PROVIDE IT SUPPORT 8) MAINTAIN SECURITY STANDARDS (encrypted Virtual Private Network: VPN) 9) CONTINUE INTERNAL COMMUNICATION PROGRAMS 10) MAINTAIN A CONNECTION TO YOUR CULTURE 11) GATHER FEEDBACK AND ITERATE 12) WILL REQUIRE SIGNIFICANT STRATEGIC CHANGE IN MANAGEMENT
  40. 40. Coping while Working From Home Maintain your morning routine Repurpose commute time for self-care Dress for success Focus on nutrition and health Take your medication Check your blood pressure and sugar levels often Designate a dedicated workspace Take time to go outside Conduct as many video meetings as possible Set regular work hours Do not watch TV Take breaks
  41. 41. Developing Strong Work Ethics • Lead by example • Organize team workshops • Organize feedback sessions • Team building • Keep a professional demeanor • 1-on-1 meetings to improve attitude • Encourage mentoring
  42. 42. Finally Live every single day as if it is the last! LIVE, LOVE and PROSPER!
  43. 43. Thank you very much Thank you very much Brilliant! Thank you very much Thank you very much Thank you very much
  44. 44. References • https://eslinitiative.wordpress.com/2013/07/10/work-ethics/ • https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/work- ethic-skills • https://plopdo.com/2020/02/03/strong-work-ethics/ • https://www.valamis.com/hub/work-ethic
  45. 45. • https://www.careercliff.com/how-to-improve-work-ethics/ • https://slideplayer.com/slide/5295719/ • https://www.slideshare.net/mohamednezar1/work-ethics- 51515505?qid=a40e835e-5c21-4b64-8f1e- 65f0c091875e&v=&b=&from_search=1 • http://www.csc.gov.ph/speech/418-ethics,-integrity,-and- accountability-for-good-governance.html
  46. 46. • https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/working-from-home-work-ethics- during-pandemic-karen-karen-mcfarlane/ • https://www.opengrowth.com/article/suitable-work-ethics-for- remote-workers • https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/work- ethic-skills • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b_n6i1ug0tQ • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hsXUQjxYQH0 • https://scitexas.edu/blog/why-is-work-ethic-important/

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