Business and Industry Continue to Say

They don't show up on time.

They aren't dressed appropriately.

And sometimes they don't even show up.

Smart Work Ethics has the Answers!

Workforce Employability Skills

Workforce readiness is more than just hard skills training.  Employers are seeking workers who have soft skills, including attitude, attendance, character development, responsibility and choice—in other words, a strong work ethic.

We got this nice shout out on Linked In:

The Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) just awarded their 2013 Pinnacle Award to OK for their endorsement of and participation in facilitating the Smart Work Ethics curriculum certificate program. If you are looking for a soft skills curriculum certificate program, I encourage you to contact Smart Work Ethics for more information. —Patricial Garrett, SPHR, CPC

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