How to Make the World Better by Being an Honest Worker

The workers who put effort in building a good relationship with their employers, managers, co-workers and other outside persons are indeed ethical employees. Many topics about fraud, discrimination, personal politics and theft center on a workplace and also are generally the principles of a workplace. If a worker without getting involved in these issues works diligently, honestly and truthfully, he/she is actually a worker of ethics who sets a complimentary example for other workers and the world to follow. It is better to understand the ethics of a place and it is always in your best interests to stay straightforward to your peers if you wish to be valued.

Building a True Relationship

Ethical workers are those who are like an open book in front of their colleagues, managers and heads. A person who trusts you will always talk and share with you all their personal details, no one will hesitate to share their deepest secrets with you. The managers and heads will be more than happy to delegate a task to you if they have faith in you. All these qualities must exist in an ethical worker. Being an honest worker means to ignore wayward gossip, exempting from lying or carrying out evil plans against the fellow workers.

  • An honest worker feels comfortable working with their fellow workers by keeping a friendly banter between them and is frank to talk to and work with.
  • Being honest makes you confident and productive, moreover, other people are more willing to provide helping hands to a nice person but with a bigot, nobody even likes to come close.
  • Even the heads are perfectly aware of their every worker and they select only those for their personal jobs which are upright and devoted.
  • Being an honest worker opens up promotional doors for you.
  • Mostly, managers raise the pay of those employees who do hard work and do not indulge in unhealthy practices.

A Team Worker

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Politics of Governments – Do They Work Well for Workers

PoliticsMajority of the people under any government usually prefer government jobs over private jobs. That’s because government jobs offer more facilities than the private sector with a fat check too. Still, like all other things, government jobs come with both pros and cons, though pros are higher in number. We have listed all the advantages and disadvantages for you to consider before applying to any work.

The Benefits of Government Jobs

  1. Every government employee’s work leaves an impact on his fellow country folks because government job holders play a vital role in the advancement of society as their jobs tackle critical issues, from vagrancy to home safety.
  2. Government jobs pay you attractive salaries as compared to private or non-profit organizations. Then there are always chances of increase in pay, as a person’s rank, experience, and skill grows.
  3. There are many amenities included in federal jobs, such as insurance, pension, gratuity, accommodation, and education, etc. are tremendously competitive with other sectors.
  4. You can find government jobs in any area of a country. So, wherever you are residing, it is highly likely to get a federal job.
  5. People think there are not many interesting jobs in the government sector but the reality is you can find work of your own interest in the federal organizations too. If you have interest and degree in Biology, you can pursue a career in medicine, and so on.
  6. We often hear rumors about government employees that they do nothing for the public and just put up an image of, ‘look busy do thing.’ That is not the truth though, because whatever facilities are being provided by the government, get delivered to you through the services of these employees.
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Philosophy of Ayn Rand

The famous author and philosopher, Ayn Rand, who took the world by storm because of her unique philosophy, Objectivism. Ayn Rand was basically from Russia but came to the U.S and lived the rest of her life in this country. She not only conquered the English language, which was not her mother tongue but also wrote numerous books, screen plays and articles. She died in 1982, yet is still remembered because of her creativity and innovative philosophies in the literary world.

Her Philosophy Objectivism

If you perceive the world’s fundamental concepts about existence, you’ll come upon mainly two divisions, those who are extremists, considered to be very religious, whereas the other side reflects the liberal attitude towards life. So, we can say that the two diverse views are based mainly on conservatives and liberals. However, Objectivism completely rejects this notion and promotes secularism or absolutism, nowhere in alliance with liberalism, conservatism or even mediocrity. You can understand it better by the words pure, laissez-faire capitalism.

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The Art of Writing

WritingThis article is about a lady who introduced a new style of writing in the literary world. Renowned author Ayn Rand, real name Alisa Rosenbaum, was born in St. Petersburg Russian Federation, February 02, 1905. She is much famous for her innovative style in her scholarly work. She was born in a wealthy Jewish family. When the Bolsheviks demanded the drugstore controlled by her father named Fronz, the entire family ran away to Crimea. After many years, they returned to Crimea which was now called Leningrad. Here Ayn Rand took admission in the university.  

Her Move to the U.S

While studying in the university, she was invited to the U.S. by her Native American relatives. She arranged for the money by selling off her mother’s jewelry and headed off to New York where she stayed in Ellis Island. She quickly altered her name by selecting a Finish author’s name, Aino and changed it into Ayn. She took the name Rand from her Remington-Rand typewriter and thus was known by the name of Ayn Rand throughout the world.

Later on, she got the chance to move to Hollywood where she started her career by first learning English and working in a wardrobe department as well as an extra actress in various movies. She became a U.S. resident by marrying an American actor named Frank O’Connor because she found him handsome and at that time her visa had also expired, so marriage seemed to be a worthwhile decision. She lived a long life and died in March 06, 1982.

Her Lifetime Achievements

Ayn Rand initially faced rejection by a few publishers, nobody was ready to publish her first screenplay written in 1932 and even her first novel penned down by her in 1936. Her first novel The Fountainhead got published in 1943, after being rejected by Continue reading The Art of Writing

Ayn Rand Facts and History

Ayn RandAyn Rand was best known as an author as well as a philosopher. She was born on February 2, 1905 as Alisa Zinov’yevna Rosenbaum to Jewish-Russian parents in St. Petersburg, Russia. Her father, Zinovy Rosenbaum, was a prominent pharmacist and businessman, raising Ayn and her two younger sisters in a wealthy lifestyle, one that was looked down upon by the Revolutionary currents taking place at the time. Since Ayn was a young child, she had been interested in literature, writing screenplays and novels since ages eight and ten, respectively. She and her best friend, Olga, were also extremely interested in politics.
During Lenin’s revolution, Ayn and her family fled to the peninsula of Crimea, which was held by the Russian White Army at the time, the opposing force to the Communist Red Army. It would be while she was in high school in Crimea where she would make her stand as an atheist, believing in reason. Later, her and her family relocated back to Petrograd (changed from St. Petersburg in 1914, then changed to Leningrad in 1924), where she attended college. Life was much different at her second stay in Continue reading Ayn Rand Facts and History