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work ethic

noun
1.
a belief in the moral benefit and importance of work and its inherent ability to strengthen character.
Origin
1950-1955
1950-55
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  • He wants to help the poor that don't have work ethics.
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  • And demonstrates good work ethics, such as reliable attendance, quality work and responsibility.
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  • Training sessions will emphasize interview techniques, work ethics and job retention.
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  • Teaching prisoners basic work ethics and job skills unlocks the door to opportunity for offenders released to the community.
British Dictionary definitions for work ethics

work ethic

noun
1.
a belief in the moral value of work (often in the phrase Protestant work ethic)
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