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1. Linda - October 23 2008 (Answer ID: 694)
When asked about work ethic, mention taking pride in what you do, accomplishments and striving to always do better. It also means continuing to always have an initiative to learn and to learn from mistakes. A work ethic may include being reliable, having good social skills and the ability to work well with everyone. It could also mean not taking advantage of a company.
2. Christy - April 01 2011 (Answer ID: 5816)
when I was asked about my worth ethic i was just completly honest. I replied by saying that my work ethic was very strong and that i have always taken pride in my work and welcomed any challenges. My philospohy on work ethic is that like everything else in life, you get out what you put in and that if you want to be successful at your job then you have to be committed to what you are doing and determined to gain more knowledge in the feild and not give up when things become difficult.
3. Becky - November 16 2010 (Answer ID: 5099)
Take pride in what you do, how you accomplished it and always knowing there is room for improvement.
4. LaKeisha Cyprian - August 08 2009 (Answer ID: 2203)
My work ethic is strong. I believe in being at work on time and completing each task that's assigned to me. I am a hard worker and it shows through my work.
5. ChuckNorris1 - August 01 2008 (Answer ID: 59)
When speaking of work ethics, be sure to mention hard work and diligence. Include how your moral virtues in your everyday life transcends into work, how you expect problems, frustrations, but maintain a level head. Expect problems, but be realistic and well planned for problems.
"Chuck Norris does not sleep. He waits."
6. cl123 - August 04 2008 (Answer ID: 92)
Use examples and briefly describe your working habits. Ask yourself these questions to help you formulate your answer: Do you tackle a number of projects at once? How long does it take to complete them? Are you organized?
7. Horafaust - July 19 2010 (Answer ID: 4737)
I'm very honest when it comes to my work. There no way that I misled a customer ever. I'm very thorough and I never cut corners.
8. kuldeep singh - October 27 2010 (Answer ID: 5032)
To work on a challenging assignment which would provide me ample opportunity to use my professional expertise and experience to achieve the organizational goal.
9. Monika - August 18 2008 (Answer ID: 342)
Focus on things that will highlight your individual contributions to the company in the big picture.
10. 10.Čárli-CZ Renewable Energy 2002 - June 02 2012 (Answer ID: 8951)
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Development and large-scale implementation of renewable energy is essential if Canada is to address the challenges of climate change and eventually replace declining fossil energy resources. Canada has the forest and agricultural resources plus the expertise to be a world leader in bioenergy production and biomass processing.
11. 10.Čárli-CZ Renewable Energy 2002 - June 02 2012 (Answer ID: 8952)
Canada’s cold climate and long distances between population centres present unique challenges for efficient use of its energy resources. Canada can seize economic, environmental and social opportunities by advancing and accelerating R&D efforts to move towards a low-carbon economy.
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12. 10.Čárli-CZ EARLY FINISH DATE - June 02 2012 (Answer ID: 8953)
The phrase early finish date (also known by the abbreviation EF) refers, on the critical path method, to the earliest possible point at which the as yet to be completed elements of a schedule activity (or, depending on the particular context, the entire project as a whole) may potentially be completed . The early finish date is arrived at through usage of the schedule network logic, as well as accurately factoring in the data date as well as any known or predictable scheduling constraints. While the early finish date can be creatd and/or established at an early point in the project planning process, the early finish date will likely change multiple times throughout the life cycle of the project, particularly as the project advances into different stages, delays may potentially occur, and changes may be made to the overriding project management plan as a result of these potential delays (or, in ideal cases, on the possibility of being ahead of schedule). This term is defined Late Finish Date. In the 3rd and the 4th edition of the PMBOK.
13. rrmanakis - March 22 2013 (Answer ID: 10658)
I AM A HARD WORKING AND UNDERSTANDING PERSON
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