During our training at Balik-Manggagawa, I learned a lot of things such as interacting with other people. We know that people have different characteristics and attitudes, however, making friends with them is not that difficult. I learned to build on my competence, professionalism in dealing with people, discipline and ability to communicate with people. I gained self-confidence and maturity which are needed in the work and acquired the ability to work harmoniously with employers, workers and other trainees.
I also have taken and developed values to become productive individuals like commitment, interpersonal relationship, teamwork, professional behavior, enthusiasm, politeness and punctuality. At first, I thought that it is not easy to take OJT because aside from the adjustments, there are lots of tasks and activities to be assigned and performed. But with enthusiasm “Though you’re tired, there’s no need to stop work, only when you’re done” to become productive. To be productive, we need to be punctual.
There should be no space for tardiness as the saying goes: “Time is gold”. We don’t need to waste our time and we should have proper time for each specific action. Honestly, I go to BM on or before 8:00 in the morning even if my scheduled time is 9 o’clock A. M. to practice this important value. Another important value that must not be forgotten is politeness. We should respect the employees and co-trainees all the time. Always greet the clients, employees and co-trainees or smile at them at all times.
It can be argued that since the 1920's society in America has been in a state of moral decay. Many say that this decay has much to do with materialism and the acceptance of moral decay that began in the 1920's. Because of things like organized crime, social corruption and growing materialism there was a sudden "drop" in society. Since the 1920's there had been a drop in the way society would view ...