The Center for Work Ethic Development both conducts our own research projects, and is also an international clearinghouse for research around work ethic and work readiness. Our organization began with a landmark study interviewing more than 1,500 employers across the country. The discoveries of this study drove the core of our ‘Bring Your A Game to Work’ curriculum.
If your organization is interested in partnering with The Center for Work Ethic Development to conduct a study of the effectiveness of your work ethic or work readiness program, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Center for American Progress – There are Significant Business Costs to Replacing Employees
- Sateja Joshi – Impact of Work Ethic on School Performance
- Inside Higher Ed – Work Ethic Skills Gap
- Four County Labour Market Planning Board – Too many job seekers lack ‘motivation’: report
- Lois M. Collins – The Skills Your Future Employer is Looking For
- Are They Really Ready to Work? Employers’ Perspective on the Basic Knowledge and Applied Skills of New Entrants to the 21st Century U.S. Workforce
- Providing True Opportunity for Opportunity Youth – Promising Practices and Principles for Helping Youth Facing Barriers to Employment
- Workforce Connections – Key “Soft Skills” that Foster Youth Workforce Success: Toward a Consensus Across Fields
- McKinsey & Company – The Dynamic Economy and Labor Market: What does it mean for the future of the Workforce System?