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Work ethic is what keeps the work place together. Even though that the work ethic in America has ceased to exist, work ethic is not a lost cause in America. Because the work place can flourish if the right steps are taken and the drive in people will begin to take full force on their work ethic. The work ethic in America, can change if people treat their employees better, the interview process changes, and people begin to produce a passion for their job. The way a company treats their worker will affect the performance of that individual. If an employer treats their employees with respect, flexibility, and equally then their performances and the outcome of their duties will be exceedingly higher than someone who is disrespectful, cruel, and unfair. Everybody has heard of the golden rule “Treat people how you want to be treated.” It is not rocket science; it’s more of common knowledge. In the article, “Generation Y-Not?” written by Adam Stone, talks about how the work place could thrive and develop better if there was a published code of ethics that everyone went by. People should leave their personal lives such as sexuality, religion, and personal issues away from the work place. The published code of ethics would help clear up the “Is this okay or am I stepping over the line?” thoughts that everyone has had at work before. It would lessen work place harassment and conflict that can come with working with people who are judgmental to people who are not like them. The work ethic would begin to thrive because people would focus on their work more rather than conversing with their co-workers about personal issues. Work ethic can change when people treat people better in the work place, but also when the interview process change... ... middle of paper ... ...not change over night nor does it change by set rules or tests made on people by psychologist. It is changed by not viewing work like another day but rather than another day to succeed and do better. The work ethic in America, can change if people treat their employees better, the interview process changes, and people begin to produce a passion for their job. The work ethic will change as long as someone ignites a fire in the generations to come to work hard. Works Cited Egodigwe, Laura. "Fitting Right In." Black Enterprise 37.1 (2006): 78. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 28 Mar. 2014. Reinemund, Steven S. "Today's Ethics And Tomorrow's Work Place." Business Forum 17.2 (1992): 6. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 31 Mar. 2014. Stone, Adam. "Generation Y-Not? Today's Teen Work Ethics Are Hazy." San Diego Business Journal 17 Mar. 2008: 39. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 24 Mar. 2014.

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