Vocational Ethics and Corporate Productivity


The main purpose of this article is to highlight that performing the task of productivity as a core responsibility for organizations requires an occupational ethic and competence. In parallel with this point, this article emphasizes the importance of the performing the task of productivity for corporate survival. In line with the principle that having occupational ethics means meeting the professional requirements of the occupation, this article refers to the key role of using job description documents outlining job requirements for recruitment purposes. In the wake of this emphasis, this article suggests to sort out employees and managers by triage who do not meet the job requirements outlined in the job description documents. This practice is considered essential both for an efficient company management and for granting the codes of ethics an aspect of ‘credibility’.


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