Integrity at Work
30 May 2022
Integrity is one of the keys to success. Integrity enables people to lead and be led. Integrity breeds trust. Integrity can also result in achievement
Generally speaking, the word integrity is associated more with leadership – whether in any field: business, government, organization or society. This does not mean that those who are required to have integrity are only those in leadership positions. Everyone, especially adults, is expected to have integrity.
In professional work, the word integrity is not just a matter of honesty, ethics or morals. Integrity is also related to performance, an achievement of good results achieved by always upholding honesty and moral values.
The word integrity comes from the root word “integrated”, which means that various parts of our character and skills play an active role in us, which can be seen from our decisions and actions. To be able to produce good performance in the workplace, a person must have within himself such characters as honest, brave, fighting spirit, able to build good relationships, good at self-organizing, organized, and well planned.
Working at PT Freeport Indonesia, with SINCERE values, Integrity is one of the values. It is expected that all employees can apply these integrity values in their work so that they can achieve company goals in accordance with the company's vision and mission.
For example, from the Environment division, in producing environmental monitoring data that is reported to the management level as well as to the government, periodic audit will be carried out. So that employees who carry out environmental monitoring work are expected to be able to do it with good integrity from planning, implementation, to reporting.
One way that employees can implement the values of integrity is to attend SINCERE training regularly every year and on certain occasions from management, both divisional leaders and up to the bottom levels, to always remind all employees of this value.
Employees with integrity will make positive contributions to the company. As well as being personal value and even the culture of the company itself.
(Article by: Yohanis Kaize)
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