"Work ethic" refers to the extent to which a person places work at or near the center of their lives, showing the degree to which they believe in the value and importance of work for its own sake. As such, work ethic consists of people's general beliefs and attitudes that pertain to work-related activities and are not specific to any particular job, which may be reflected in their workplace behaviors.
The present scale assesses a person's work ethic based on validated theories and measures. It consists of four key areas:
The degree to which an individual views work as a central interest in their life and their tendency to value work for its own sake.
The degree to which a person believes in just and moral principles regarding work.
The degree to which an individual is motivated by the satisfaction and the challenge that works itself brings rather than by external rewards or pressures.
The degree to which a person appreciates hard work and using their time productively.
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of employers admitted to making the mistake of hiring someone unsuitable for a job.
of businesses reported incurring losses of over $75,000 due to incorrect hiring decisions.
chance of a hiring manager making an incorrect hiring choice.
of businesses reported a decrease in output due to an unsuitable hire.
of unstructured job interviews are effective at predicting the best candidates.
Why does it happen?
hiring is difficult due to reliance on subjective, inconsistent opinions.
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