BY THOMAS D. SHARTS
Owners or managers of businesses always have a concern in reference to motivating employee performance in a given assigned work role. Yet, often overlooked is asking the question: why are so many employees not motivated in a given work role to assume a high standard of work ethic motivation? This brief article will review some explanations for the answer to that question.
First, let’s define what is a work ethic? A work ethic relates to an . . .
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