Business Ethic: a New Work Ethic

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1. Describe how typical the attitudes that Sheehy reports appear to be in work environments you have experienced. After reading the article a, “New Work Ethic, Mr. Sheehy finding are typical with teenagers working a in fast food environment. The theft within the restaurant, the get away with what you can attitude, “scamming” episodes or taking short cuts of getting something done with little effort, the “getting mine employee mentality”, and demonstrating poor customer service. These behavior are normally presented from teenage and college students. I recall when I was a teenage working a Burger King I didn’t think a job at a fast food chain restaurant was a career it was only a job to put “spending money in my pocket” My parents stress constantly to me you don’t want to be working at a fast food place for the rest of your life. Now, my parent explains to me that a Burger King place that I was working at is an excellent work ethic for me starting out, as a teenage and to work as a responsible teenager. If my parent told me that I shouldn’t been working at a fast food place the rest of my life, I know other parent also shared the same information with their kids. Selected parents may have not been so compassionate to explain what you are doing right now is ok, but you don’t’ want to it the rest of you lift. I know specific parents made their children looked down upon the fast food industry as unacceptable, insignificant and demeaning. As a result, the teenage would reflect ungrateful behavior that Sheehy mention in his reports. I recalled seeing some teenager happy and good at what they do, but on the other hand the majority of my coworker were eating during work hours in front of the customer service, disrespecting the customers, fight over who is going to clean the bathroom, and cleaning was completed properly. Some teenager feel that doing enough to get by is adequate since that is what you are getting compensated for, as long as the job gets done.  ...
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