• Work Values in Four points If you've ever been talking with a coworker and discovered that you hate the very things that they like about your work, you have some idea of how work values operate.  Read on for the summary: Your work values are like a personal scorecard that you use to rate your work.  They are like a scorecard because they form our basis for making positive/negative judgments about our work.  If you love independence, then Job X would get a high score if it allows for some flexibility.  But if you want heavy structure, you wouldn't find Job X as appealing.  In this example, "independence" and "structure" are work values.  Work values are personal,  we each can think about them

    May 05,