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Professionalism in the Workplace

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marcia zubieta

on 9 September 2014

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Transcript of Professionalism in the Workplace


Why does it matter the way interviewee is dressed?
Should your paycheck be based on professionalism
Professionalism in the Workplace
By: Hector Meza, Juan Chavez, Veronica Ramon, Marcia Zubieta, Alejandra Valdes
• Most companies try to motivate their employees to do their best, so they try to give a higher compensation.
• This includes the employee's knowledge, skills, abilities and effort they put in the work they do.
What does it mean to be professional?
• Dress Appropriately. Your appearance should always be neat and clean.
• Watch Your Mouth. Swearing or cursing should have no place at work.
• Try to Stay Positive. Negativity at work brings everyone down.
• Accept criticism. it's not personal, if you care about doing your job well and advancing,you want to know where you need to do better.
• Take work seriously. Accept responsibility for your part in what went wrong.

• Pay have always been defined by the experience and knowledge needed to do the job and at a certain level.
• Be pleasant and polite to people, even if you don't like them. You'll look more professional.
• Make Being on Time a Priority. Not Showing up late for work or meetings. It is not professional.
• Speak up! When there is a problem let your boss know there is a problem and speak up.
• Skill-based increase pay rewards a person for what he/she is worth based on his set of skills.
What does professionalism means to the interviewer?
• Professionalism means to be able to work under strict conditions of high proficiency setting high standards of accomplishments.
Time is precious
Motivation and achievement are two important indicators of your general attitudes toward work and career.
What does professionalism means to the interviewer?
Dressing Up!
The little things count and make a huge difference here, so be careful with details.
The first thing to catch an eye is someone’s appearances.
Wear something that defines you, but not too obnoxious.
In only 10 seconds the interviewer has already decided if you’re ready or not.
Intelligence, qualification, adjustment, impact on others, motivation and achievements
Professionalism is doing your job with sincerity & behaving with integrity in the workplace.
The workplace revolves around professionalism.
Should your paycheck be based on your professionalism?
Professionalism ensures good performance by all.
Professionalism keeps everyone motivated.
Look at yourself before you leave your house.
Unprofessional Conduct
Lack of skills and knowledge to complete a task leads to unprofessional conduct.
Customers complain about unskilled practice.
Professionalism can branch out to many different important details from dressing up to attitude or even something simple as manners.
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