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Work Ethics

Initiative The ability to get a job done on your own, without someone constantly reminding you.
Anti-Gossip Refusing to engage in or listen to rumors . It is minding your own business.
Cooperative You get along with others and you solve problems and do what is necessary for the team and company.
Dedicated Devoted to a task or purpose; having single-minded loyalty or integrity, refrain from lying or cheating.
Honest Free of deceit and untruthfulness; sincere
Integrity the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles,; moral uprightness
Optimistic Hopeful and confident about the future.
Respectful feeling or showing politeness and admiration
Responsible Ability to be trusted to do what is right or to do things that are expected or required.
Self-Motivated initiative to undertake or continue a task or activity without another's prodding or supervision
Team-Player someone who puts aside his personal goals and works well with others, doing what he needs to do to strive for a common goal.
Trustworthy able to be relied on to do or provide what is needed or right; dependable; reliable:
Productive doing or achieving a lot : working hard and getting good results
Reliable The"consistency" or "repeatability" of your actions to yield a quality performance. Giving the same results on successive trials. Can be trusted or believed.
Values are attitudes and beliefs about things we think are important in life.
Ethics are the rules of personal behavior accepted by society
Created by: yparson



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