Quality of work life denotes all the organizational inputs, which aim at employee’s satisfaction and enhancing organizational effectiveness. In the late 1950’s the term QWL was used to stress the prevailing poor quality of life at work place and it was first defined in the terms of people reactions to work, particularly an individuals job satisfaction and mental health. It also refers to favorableness and unfavorable ness of the job environment for
The ethical climate in a health care institutions may be conceptualized by how the organization influences the ability of health care providers to advance what they ought to do in their daily work .An ethical climate have a positive effect on health nurses’ daily work in terms of work satisfaction, retention at work, ability to manage conflict and as well as patient outcome. The organization leaders play a vital role in building, maintaining and encouraging an ethical climate. The main responsibility of the leadership in the organization to create and maintain an ethical climate because these not only stand for what ought to be done but also encourage good practice(Lin ,2013). According to Murray ,(2007), an ethical climate is one in which the nurse is comfortable raising ethical concerns is aware of an ethical culture and engages in ethical discussions.
Grounded in caring and a commitment to do good, professional responsibilities are reflected in societal expectations (Humphries, & Woods, 2014). Suitably, ethical nursing practice is dominant in Nursing Council of New Zealand (2012 a) competencies and is evident across all four domains. Even so, complex clinical situations that are ethically incongruent or ambiguous in nature, challenge a nurses ' professional judgement. This essay intends to examine an ethical decision-making process throughout a clinical scenario. A four-box methodology will be employed to examine the ethics of the situation and provide guidance in reaching appropriate decisions.
Ethical Decision Making While working with clients, nurses will have many instances when they need to call on nursing ethics to deal with difficult situations. Moral or ethical principles are fundamental values about the way patients should be cared for and treated. These principles include autonomy, justice, fidelity, veracity, beneficence, and nonmaleficence (Zerwekh & Garneau, 2018, p. 420). Nurses who do not follow the Code of Ethics for Nurses could find themselves in legal trouble. They also may face a higher risk of being involved in a situation that could lead to disciplinary charges or malpractice litigation.
Therefore, a positive work environment results in more efficient and effective performance from employees. The methods used for collecting data is the worldwide web and organizational behavior sixteenth edition (authors: Stephen P.robbins and timothy A.judge) and notes taken by me during classes. 1 . A positive work environment is important for our health and it also affects the work performance a lot. The more comfortable the atmosphere is at the workplace the more the employees would want to come to work every day and work hard and be proud of their work.
Patricia Tanglao In this paper I will present the Moral ethics of being human in relation to my practice as a Nursing student. As a student Nurse this is significant to me because it encompasses my belief of “responsibility” towards the others, specifically to the patients that nurses deal with every duty. This idea may contribute to the Nursing profession as it contains the explanation of why, despite not being related with them, makes Nurses feel attached to patients, as if they are under the hands of the latter. To the society, it may serve as the written explanation of behind the act of being moral, the 'moral ought ' as the origin of Ethics and how it is perceived to be part of our innate nature rather than being born out of reason
The nurses should conversant with the patient’s bill of rights and apply them in practice to protect themselves and patients too. 7. Understanding Ethical Dilemma: The topic is taken from module 7.1 of BMN03 of the Ethical Issues in Nursing Practice. The topic deals with the ethical dilemmas that nurses encounter daily in the practice of their profession, origin of ethical issues, types of ethical dilemma, common ethical dilemmas faced by nurses every day, decision-making model in ethical issues, and lastly scenarios of ethical issues with examples. 7.1 Personal context: Dilemma occurs when one is faced with a situation where one is to choose between unsatisfactory equal alternatives.
Organization also tries to work for the same in order to have well skilled employees. Example: TWITTER being spotted as a decent position in GLASSDOOR’s annual list is admired to have a best working environment in technology-based company. They had adopted the feature of innovative working environment in order to focus on their main motive i.e. quality of work life. The company’s culture has always been a source of employee’s awe.
The Effects of Job Satisfaction From the all studies employees fulfill the satisfaction level of the job. Analyst says that occupational fulfillment is more important. Fulfilled employees serve the customer promptly. It is the representatives who take the brand picture of the organization. High job satisfaction may lead to; High productivity of the organization Reduced turnover ratio Redusing of absenteeism Redusing
All organizations, that have successfully adopted teamwork concept, have reached significant development and increase in work efficiency. This approach improves employee motivation in civil service and benefits overall productivity of an organization. Within an organization, the employees or the team is a very important part. When these employees are not motivated, the productivity will be down and the organization will no longer be on a “forward” moving track. The key to keeping the company moving forward is to have motivated employees.