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THE WORK VALUES OF FILIPINO WORKERS

Updated on February 22, 2013

Filipino workers are considered to be at par best if not the best compared with other workers in the world. They are resourceful, resilient, persistent and consistent. They are persevering and will do what it takes just to earn a decent income for their respective family back home. Most of them speak English very well, and can work under pressure and in a team. Below are the attributes of Filipinos on their own language which is Filipino and why they excel in adapting to their environment and at the same time whip up satisfactory outcomes. There are also some of not so good attitudes, but still Filipinos are very good in dealing with other people overall.

THE WORK VALUES OF FILIPINO WORKERS

"PAKIKISAMA""mabuti na yung nakikisama" which means doing something good for others.

"PAKIKITUNGO" – ability of Filipinos to deal with anybody with warmth and enthusiasm.

"PAMPALUBAG – LOOB" - fond of bargaining ('tawad or dagdag").

"SALITANG PAG – IWAS" – hide the truth.

"GAYA – GAYA", "HAWA – HAWA"pare-pareho na lang tayo – “All For One,

One For All" or other meaning is copycat.

"UTANG NA LOOB" – something has done something good to somebody.

Return the favor.

"BAYANIHAN" – ready to extend helping hands to those in need.

"PAMAMAGITAN" – in every argument, somebody has to act as mediator.

"FIESTA GRANDE" – we tend to resort to borrowing just to be able to

create the impression that the family can afford.

"HIYA" – shyness can hamper learning from speaking up.

"KAPANGYARIHAN" – people with power tend to dominate others and abuse

their authority by taking advantage of the weakness of others.

"PATRIOTISM" – responsibility to maintain loyal and respect of the people.

"PAGSASABUKAS" – Time is gold. Time spent will never come back. Do today

what you can do tomorrow might be too late.

"NINGAS-COGON" – enthusiasm is high at the early stage work . It accelerates

and after it has reached the climax when there is no more

excitement and challenge in the job the interest in the job

dies down.

"SIYA KASI" – one is always looking for someone to put the blame on, “Siya

naman talaga ang may gusto niyan, tumulong lang ako.”

"BAHALA NA" – come what may, tendency to leave things to chance, or letting

things happen as they will happen.

"AMOR PROPIO" - egoism, excessive love of self sensitivity to personal affront

desire to preserve one’s good name.

Now here is the list of the attributes of the Filipinos

COMMITMENT – pledge to fulfill a duty or a performance to do something.

RESPONSIBILITY – dependability, initiative, persistence, aggressiveness,

self-confidence desire to excel.

NATIONALISM – loyalty or devotion, love of country.

COMPASSION – deep feeling for another’s sorrow or hardships which leads the

person to help or sympathize with the one suffering.

GOAL ORIENTED – understands the purpose of life and work of the group or

organization.

DIGNITY – worth, self-respect, quality of character or ability that wins the respect

and high opinion of other.

FAMILY SOLIDARITY – community interest, objectives or standards that knits a

family together.

COMPETENCE – the degree of a person’s capability in doing a certain piece of

work.

RELIABILITY – the quality or state of being reliable, dependable.

ORDERLY – the quality of being organized in some order, pattern or sequence.

KNOWLEDGEABLE – mentally alert and well-informed marked by or indicating

Intelligence or knowledge.

LOYALTY – the quality state or instance of being loyal to work/company.

THE WORK VALUES OF FILIPINO WORKERS

Identify the work values from the given statement. Choose your answer below the box and write it on the blank.

__________ 1. Time is gold.

__________ 2. Pledge to fulfill a duty.

__________ 3. Desire to excel.

__________ 4. Ready to extend helping hand.

__________ 5. Returned the favor.

__________ 6. Love of country.

__________ 7. Doing something good for others.

__________ 8. Deep feeling for another’s sorrow or hardship.

__________ 9. Come what may.

__________10.Abuse authority by taking advantage of weaknesses of others.

__________11.The quality, state or instance of being loyal to work/company.

__________12.The quality of being organized in some order,

__________13.Self respect, quality of character that wins the respect of others.

__________14. In every argument, somebody has to act as mediator.

__________15. All for one. One for all.

Here are the choices:

Compassion Kapangyarihan Pagsasabukas

Responsibility Commitment Utang na loob

Nationalism Bayanihan Pakikisama

Bahala Loyalty Orderly

Gaya-gaya, Hawa-hawa Pamamagitan Dignity


Now here is the list of the attributes of the Filipinos:

COMMITMENT – pledge to fulfill a duty or a performance to do something.

RESPONSIBILITY – dependability, initiative, persistence, aggressiveness,

self-confidence desire to excel.

NATIONALISM – loyalty or devotion, love of country.

COMPASSION – deep feeling for another’s sorrow or hardships which leads the

person to help or sympathize with the one suffering.

GOAL ORIENTED – understands the purpose of life and work of the group or

organization.

DIGNITY – worth, self-respect, quality of character or ability that wins the respect

and high opinion of other.

FAMILY SOLIDARITY – community interest, objectives or standards that knits a

family together.

COMPETENCE – the degree of a person’s capability in doing a certain piece of

work.

RELIABILITY – the quality or state of being reliable, dependable.

ORDERLY – the quality of being organized in some order, pattern or sequence.

KNOWLEDGEABLE – mentally alert and well-informed marked by or indicating

Intelligence or knowledge.

LOYALTY – the quality state or instance of being loyal to work/company.

THE WORK VALUES OF FILIPINO WORKERS

Identify the work values from the given statement. Choose your answer below the box and write it on the blank.

__________ 1. Time is gold.

__________ 2. Pledge to fulfill a duty.

__________ 3. Desire to excel.

__________ 4. Ready to extend helping hand.

__________ 5. Returned the favor.

__________ 6. Love of country.

__________ 7. Doing something good for others.

__________ 8. Deep feeling for another’s sorrow or hardship.

__________ 9. Come what may.

__________10.Abuse authority by taking advantage of weaknesses of others.

__________11.The quality, state or instance of being loyal to work/company.

__________12.The quality of being organized in some order,

__________13.Self respect, quality of character that wins the respect of others.

__________14. In every argument, somebody has to act as mediator.

__________15. All for one. One for all.

Here are the choices:

Compassion "Kapangyarihan" "Pagsasabukas"

Responsibility Commitment "Utang na loob"

Nationalism "Bayanihan" "Pakikisama"

"Bahala na" Loyalty Orderly

"Gaya-gaya, Hawa-hawa" "Pamamagitan" Dignity

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      garce grenio 

      2 years ago

      kapangyarihan notionalisim

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