4.6- It is accepted that practitioners in health and social care settings can be affected by the stressful nature of the work. (Godden 2012) When discussing challenging situations with supervisees we need to ensure they feel supported and have received the necessary training such as DMI and have completed their induction. Ensure they understand they have to adhere to the behaviour management programs and relevant risk assessments. If a specific incident has occurred reflect with them the effects of events and consequences and actions that occurred, using the records of incidents, A B Cs and tick charts for reference if needed. Help them to understand how they might have caused and influenced events and work out the most effective way to handle
For the past two years, I have been involved in the Carmax Cares community service month. We provided assistance to the Foster Care Support Foundation in Roswell, Georgia. This organization sends out gently worn closes, shoes and other necessities to support foster care providers in the state of Georgia. We packaged items to be sent out and organized their warehouse inventory. On campus I am an active member of SABAC as well as the Georgia Club.
Some of them that I have personally experienced are mainly when they are not happy with wages. They are not happy with what they are paid and some of them are underpaid for the amount of work they do. This leads to decreased motivation and interest in working and they look for opportunities to take a leave from the work and even pretend sick when they are not. They even look online for better opportunities where they can be paid more for the same work. Secondly, many of the employees in the hospitals have fixed job status for a very long time and when there is no scope for any growth, they get frustrated and it is seen in their performance and when they get any offer from other organization even for the same position with higher salary they tend to move out of the organization.
It is seen today it’s quite the opposite, new hires in todays’ age are being fired because the lack of work ethic and motivation, and unethical behavior. These reason are very prominent today, it is seen the lack of work ethic has an 18 percent of people being fired, while unethical behavior has a 28 percent fire rate. The main
During my course with NSCC, where I am studying to become a Continuing Care Assistant. Each student is required to work in a continuing care facility alongside other health care providers for a month. I attended skills development placement at Harbour View Lodge located in Sheet Harbour. This placement has given me the opportunity to apply my knowledge, and skills that I have studied and practiced in the classroom. When entering the facility the first week I felt nervous and excited at the same time.
Mental Health counselor is the best career for me because it will bring me personal satisfaction, financial stability, and abilities to help others. First, a career as a mental health counselor would bring me personal satisfaction. In 7th grade, I started noticing deep cuts on the arms and legs of my fellow students, and dealt with those who felt like there is no hope for them. I’ve had to sit there and watch as those I care about fall to depression and beg to die, knowing there is very little I can do to help them.
“What Do You See? Dignity in Care” is a short inspirational film by Amanda Waring. She is also an actress, writer and film maker who is rigorously campaigning for improving elder’s care. She is actively working on behalf of older people and trying to create awareness for ‘compassion care’ with regards to elderly bed-ridden people. This short film is an eye opener and is being used in the training sessions of care staff.
I learned that Occupational Therapy is not a career path I wanted to pursue because the responsibilities and are involved with Occupational Therapy does not seem like something that I would enjoy doing everyday. The variety of customers that came in was interesting and sometimes was very enjoyable, but for the most part I thought the job was very quiet and tamed for me. I found out I might enjoy a career that is mostly predictive, but something new happens every once in a while to keep things interesting. This contributed to the advancement of my career goals by helping me realize the type of work environment I feel would fit me the best and the job shadow also helped me figure out that even though Occupational Therapy can be rewarding and you are helping a wide variety of people, this career path does not suit me. There are other jobs out there that give me the opportunity to help people in other ways, as well as suiting my needs environmentally as well.
Upon arriving to the unit this morning, I quickly realized today was going to be a chaotic day with the current patient census, and all of the new admissions. I was able to assist the night charge nurse with today’s assignments, while she helped with the code, and the day began. I informed my team that today was going to be a long day, and encouraged them to use each other and myself for help. I recommended they taking a few minutes to coordinate their work after receiving report. At 0745, when Jane informs me that the patient in 408 has fallen, I am quick to get into the room and do an assessment again.
Counterproductive work behaviors (CWBs) were defined by Spector and Fox (2005) as voluntary acts intended to harm or affect organizations or employees in organizations. Counterproductive behaviors share the common feature of violating such authentic interests of an organization by doing potential harms to its members or to the organization as a whole (Sackett & Devore, 2001). CWB have been described in a number of ways, including organizational aggression (Baron & Neuman, 1996; Baron & Neuman, 1997; Spector, 1975), incivility (Sakurai & Jex, 2012), antisocial behavior (Giacalone & Greenberg, 1997); deviance (Hollinger, 1986; Robinson & Bennett, 1995), and retaliation (Skarlicki & Folger, 1997) but the common fundamental theme is that these behaviors harm the organization by directly affecting its functioning or property, or by impacting on employees in a way that reduces their performance. Also, past researches suggest that such oversight can have significant outcomes, such as employee discontentment, job accidents, over use of sick leave, conflict of work teams, productivity deterioration and turnover intentions (Lim, Cortina & Magley, 2008).
Employees are the most important part for any organization. They are the associate degree and are the integral part of the organization, without the employees the company cannot imagine to grow and cannot additionally be ineffectual to realize something not even a single goal of the organization. Turnovers lead to more turnovers. Herd mentality is what men and women
Psychiatrists are health specialists who study the human mind and the behaviors of people, both as normal beings and in situations where people express symptoms of mental problems. In as much as some scholars feel that employing a psychiatrist in a company that is not concerned with health issues is unnecessary, it is important that the place of a psychiatrist is sorted in making any form of company to gain more efficiency with their workers (Thoits, 2011). To understand the importance of a psychiatrist in any work organization, it is important to understand the work of a psychiatrist. Moreover, it is vital that people know how work organizations can benefit from the expertise of the psychiatrists (Rossler, 2012). Psychiatrists are always known to stay in the hospitals and help people with mental problems to regain their proper mental state.
The employees act as the public face of the company. It is not the leaders of the company but the employees, who interact with customers & clients on a daily basis. Imagine a situation in which you work at customer care centre. The office where you work from is in a bad condition, over crowded & your manger also is very rude. The workplace is basically filled with negativity.