Navigating Work Ethics and Integrity in Today’s Workplace by Jon Joseph Tailly

Navigating Work Ethics and Integrity in Today's Workplace by Jon Joseph Tailly

FARMERS BRANCH, TX – Author Jon Joseph Tailly’s book, Hero for Hire: Joseph Son of Jacob and The Four Pillars of Durable Power, offers an invaluable book on work and Christian ethic, a way to enrich your mind and learn about workplace integrity and how to develop it. Whether you are an entrepreneur, a corporate management member, or someone who wants to be a model employee, this book is highly recommended for a good reason. 

Author Jon Joseph Tailly touches on the topic of the declining overall ethic in America. The book gives a psychological and spiritual standpoint to explain work ethic and its importance. It also presents several ideas companies can use to encourage the development of a strong work code within their organizations. 

Using dozens of compelling examples, Tailly provides what he calls a blueprint to help working men and women, from the tops of organizations to the bottoms, step forward and help restore and defend the integrity of business as well as build humility and reliability. Step by step, he outlines the fundamental commandments of an honest workforce, making your own decisions, solving problems, and taking action in ways that deliver results without compromising on principles.  

He writes: “Integrity will help us keep our hands clean in a busy and unruly environment. Personal honesty and moral sense are highly valued in a work environment. We must be sincere, loyal, and committed to standards of moral and ethical conduct. At work, it is indispensable for us to live with the highest standards of integrity. We must adopt and conform to the value system of our employers. We are required to act fairly, impartially, and in an ethical manner. We have a duty to commit to protecting our reputation.” 

“Hero for Hire: Joseph Son of Jacob and The Four Pillars of Durable Power,” touches more on current jobs and delves into the different struggles for workers to find their moral compass in the workplace. With its in-depth conclusions about work ethics, it’s essentially about finding a good balance in a world where cutthroat behaviours, such as toe-stepping, often get rewarded. 

It poses the question of whether workers can handle their work in a Christian manner and still be successful in the workplace. It also presents specific actions that encourage workers to commit themselves deeply to performing excellent work. Tailly adds: “Remember what you believe and stand on it. Fight the good fight. Stand up for what is right. Don’t retreat in defeat. Don’t forget what you hope to attain. In your time of struggle refer to the model of excellence you were entrusted with.”  

“Hero for Hire: Joseph Son of Jacob and The Four Pillars of Durable Power” By Jon Joseph Tailly 

Kindle | $6.99 

Paperback | $15.52 

Hardback | $ 20.00 

Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and other online book retailers Amazon-

About the Author 


Jon Joseph Tailly is an author with a passion for the Bible that ignited during his formative years in Divo, Cote d’Ivoire. Raised under the nurturing guidance of his maternal grandmother, Jon’s spiritual journey was deeply rooted in the Catholic faith, attending church faithfully every Sunday alongside his cousin Jean-Baptiste. With a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from North Carolina State University, Jon brings a unique perspective to his writing, blending his academic background with over three decades of professional experience in the retail industry and corporate America. Jon’s debut book, rooted in his admiration for biblical hero Joseph, reflects his deep reverence for the Scriptures and his belief in the power of faith and integrity. Residing in Farmers Branch, Texas, Jon continues to explore the timeless lessons of the Bible, sharing his insights with readers eager to learn from the exemplary lives of its heroes. Jon envisions a society enriched by the virtues of humility, loyalty, and perseverance. He is currently working on his second book.

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