Updated Professionalism

As we venture into newer generations of workplace employment and culture, we need to draw the line in regard to professionalism. Most companies have opted for more collaborative and social environments that are inclusive of new workplace attitudes. Google workplace culture used to be a staple for innovation as it promoted flextime, and now that these progressive traits have trickled down into all other business operations, yet it seems there are always a new set of cons provided even when striving for the best. 

HRMatrix wants to bring productivity to fruition efficiently while catering to an inclusive approach. Replacing unproductive constructs is a priority. Here is how you can establish the perfect balance of professionalism.


Let’s Identity the Major Changes


  1. Demolition of Egoism

This is a good thing, because superiors in the workplace have managed to level with its employees to create real, interpersonal relationships that help enhance the quality of labor as it promotes healthy mindsets. The concept of hierarchy still exists, but as a role of organized guidance instead of a shepherd herding droning sheep. The common pressure of egocentric superiors compromise innovative effort, thus; the company never grows and there is a major loss of valuable talent retention. 


  • Unfair hierarchy

  • Lack of recognition

  • Unrealistic expectation

  • Undermining efforts

  • Lack of communication

  • Lack of interest in employees


  1. Accommodation

There is a variation of personalities that are accommodated in the workplace as society has become courageously outspoken. Companies host real conversations about the comfort zone of the lgtbq+ community, POC, women, and minorities without generalizing issues to simplify resolve.  However, in the strive for good, there are employers and employees who reconsider this tradition and deem it unnecessary. This an unproductive, but common, conflict that challenges professionalism as the antagonistic approach is non-inclusive. Be aware of the damaging conversations that can evolve into unprofessional demeanor so that you may mitigate justly. 


  1. Individualism

This is a sub-discussion of an accommodative attitude. Individualism considers the employee’s relationship with their job and how they choose to perform differently. For example, an introvert may choose to execute tasks separately and non-collaboratively. They prefer to manage their day-to-day criteria separately as this will help them achieve maximum headway.

This should be okay so long as the quality of progress has not devolved, and the employee has not taken advantage of management’s effort of comprehension. Flextime is another trait of individualism. Employees prefer to operate according to their own schedule of much needed breaks and avert attention to focus on secondary workplace priorities.

HRMatrix does not believe in taking employees for granted and using them as gears to maintain company improvement. We want employees to excel mindfully, but in order to do so, you must expect a consistent workflow. Goals need to be set and accomplished with punctuality otherwise, these new methods of individualistic labor are void.  



Work culture is constantly evolving, and HRMatrix takes pride in creating a supportive regime to achieve upstanding professionalism that accounts for modernity and transition. We want to make it easier for you to keep up by advising awareness and providing precise knowledge. The goal here is to perform employee management with ease and mitigate conflict progressively without being a step behind.