Establishing Workplace Ethics
How do your ethical values compare with the values of your employer and the people you work with? The quality of your work day depends, in part, on how well you are align yourself with your workplace. The stress you feel at work may be related to this conflict.
In the print-friendly worksheet (link below), you will find a set of ethic values. When you have completed scoring your values on the worksheet and if you have been honest with yourself, you will have a better understanding of whether or not you fit in with the core values of your current organization. Determining your on-the-job ethics is private and for your eyes only.
Should you find that you are significantly at odds with your employer's values, it may signal the time to begin exploring new job opportunities elsewhere. My Writing Resources can help you to tune up your resume and craft very good cover letters.
When you have added it up, then it is time to think about how your ethical values compare to the people you work with and the management at your workplace. This is the process of determining your "Ethical Alignment." Such an alignment is also important when interviewing for your next job. Consider discussing these values with a future employer during the job interview.
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