9. April 2013 12:31
Every organization worth its salt has a set of rules and principles governing its operations and procedures. This is what helps fuel the firm's success to higher heights by and by. Without this set of values, the firm would probably fail to utilize the available opportunities to thrive. Although some people think otherwise and regard these values with contempt, work ethics are very crucial for the success of any business as well as individual growth.
In any set up, ethics instill a sense of discipline and responsibility in the workforce, making them part of a team working to achieve a particular objective. With the increasing initiation of new start up businesses, companies dealing with similar products engage in stiff competition. This demands an upgrade from the old procedures and bureaucratic systems in order to remain competitive.
If a royal customer, for instance, meets an intoxicated sales person in his or her office and the customer feels mistreated or degraded when being served, such a customer will start weighing options with competitor firms. Sooner or later, he or she will call it quits with the firm operated by drunkards---especially now that there is an alternative firm that's just as good.
Proper work ethics promote good character in staff, which will go a long way in enhancing smooth relations amongst themselves and with customers. Since such conditions bring a sense of satisfaction, it makes people work diligently and dedicated. These values, when cultivated within an organization, warrant it a good profile from suppliers and customers as well as other stakeholders.
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