AN OVERVIEW ON GLOBALIZATION AND ITS IMPACT TO EMPLOYEES’ ETHICS AND WORK PERFORMANCE
Julieta A. Sumague, Elaine Joy C. Apat, Dba, Marierose P. Valenzuela, Guillermo B. Briones
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This paper discussed the Globalization and its impact to the employees Ethics and Work Performance in local and international countries. Every organization, large or small, uses a variety of capital to make the business work and stay in the field. With the aim of economic diversification, people and organizations really try their best to follow and reach the set goal for them to be satisfied. A strong work ethic is an attitude an employee applies to their work that indicates a high level of passion for any work they do. Globalization really affects not only we had but also the whole things that we have especially the businesses, transportation and even the lives of the people. The idea of globalization goes beyond simple acceptance of mutually beneficial economic relationships. Globalization is the state of being receptive and accepting of the things, principles, and ideas of other people and cultures. The study evaluates the body of research on the effects of globalization on work ethics around the world and looks for potential patterns of convergence of work ethics across various nations. We all know that even the country we belong is adopting and adjusting to the globalization, still it is our option if we are going to follow, work ethically, and show a better performance. Based on the study of this research there is no significant relationship between globalization and employees’ ethics and work performance.