Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)


Responsibility In The Workforce - Poem by Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

What is the work ethic
of Japanese
white-collar employees?

there are three
important components
to the work ethic

loyalty to company
a commitment to quality
peer group bonding


What do the Japanese
feel about their co-workers
and their company?

the Japanese feel
great responsibility
toward company
and co-workers


What moral attitude
are Japanese
employees taught?

Japanese employees
are taught a moral
to work in groups
to think of themselves
as part of a family


What is the Japanese
attitude to failure
in the workforce?

the white-collar executive
is extremely diligent
knowing that failure
or any errors affects
other fellow employees


What is the Japanese
attitude to sharing
profit in the workforce?

all rewards
are group oriented
which places
greater responsibility
on individual
performance.


What is the foundation
of modern business
relationships in Japan?

to develop to maintain
long-term relationships
within one's peer group
is the company goal

this system creates
social professional
networks representing
spiritual foundation in
business relationships


What is the Japanese
attitude to quality
in the workforce?

a Japanese commitment
to quality has rightfully
earned Japanese products
an esteemed reputation


How do Japanese workers
support the continued success
of the company they work for?

Japanese employees put
their best efforts into the
success of their company

Japanese employees give
a wholehearted allegiance
to employer and company

company family are inseparable
within harmony of group society


What is the future of Japanese technology?

All systems are on line and operational.


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 4, 2010



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