Keeping your employees safe from harm should be a priority in any business. You could be held liable for any harm that comes to an employee if you don 't have proper safety procedures in place in the office. Emergency Exit Procedures One of the best ways to avoid an emergency is to have procedures in place. An exit procedure plan should include a map of the exits as well as what should be done in case of emergency. For example, if doors need to be closed during a fire, that should be discussed with employees before the emergency happens.
Occupational stress is a problem for law enforcement officers because of the effects on job performance, health, alcoholism, drug abuse and suicide as well as family issues. It is important to identify and combat the sources of stress to improve the lives of the officers. The Early Warning system is a very good tool in foreseeing and combating some of these very issues. It provides a early identification and intervention of misconduct as well as other issues or performance problems (Peak, Gaines, & Glenson, 2009, p. 261). This gives law enforcement administrators a better view at foreseeing stress created from certain traumatic events or family problems.
They want to have this bubble of protection. But when you have to tell them that as your counselor and of knowledge of possible abuse you have to report it to the authorities, as it is your job. Once they know they they shut down. They don't see us as their safe place anymore and they don't feel that we are there for them. To take care of this situation I would make sure that they know that this still can be their bubble of safe.
Also, Rabidue is described as someone who constantly argues with co-workers, jeopardizes the company’s business relationships, and does not follow policy or instruction whenever they conflict with personal reasons. The defendant, on the other hand, is the supervisor of Osceola Refining Company who is
Any counselor who suspects that a child is being abused will investigate and want to make sure the child is safe. Naturally, the first thing would be to report the abuse to the police and do whatever is necessary to protect the child. However, before responding immediately, counselors should have information and develop an ethical course of action. Acting on an initial response may not be ethical and may cause many consequences for everyone involved. After all the information is gathered, a little time will be needed to clearly think about what the best course of action is.
The first and most recommended step to take when dealing with any form of workplace discrimination is to stay calm and start documenting the discriminatory acts immediately. Documenting any and all discriminatory act helps to protect you as well as turning in a formal report that your job has to offer so both you and your workplace have some type of documentation to look back at any review. The next step you should take is informing your boss, supervisor, or if employer fails to do anything the federal government on the situation. By law the employer is supposed to look into it and make sure the proper measure and action are being enforced. If all else fails and your employer fails to take any kind of action your next step should be to take legal action.
We also need to be cognizant that Workplace Violence is often a matter of not only intention but reception. In other words, if our conduct is being interpreted as violent, it is our, not the other individual’s, responsibility to change. Furthermore, Workplace Violence is interpretive: if another feels threatened by us, perhaps not face-to-face, but on the sideline, that too constitutes Workplace Violence. Forms of Violence include, but are not limited to: a. Physical Violence: at no time shall employees engage in a physically violent or matter with one another.
Serial murders are investigated with a reactive and proactive approach. Reactive approach is when law enforcement officers respond to public calls for help. When law enforcement officers are not responding to public calls they are patrolling the community for criminal activities. Proactive approach is wen law enforcement should show their presence in the community and when law enforcement officers engage with the public. With this approach, it is preventing criminal activities from taking place.
Extreme Anger: use of extreme anger to shock the victims into submission. The anger is simply a show to get whatever he or she wants by the victim. Threatening: The victim is threatened by the manipulator. Denial: the manipulator refuses to admit his or her wrong doings. Diversion of answers: they usually divert the asked questions and change the statements all over.
In order to avoid sexual harassment from happening, it is better to prevent it before it happens. Most companies conduct training workshops for employees, supervisors, and managers. These workshops should teach what sexual harassment is, and illustrate that employees have a right to a comfortable at the workplace. The employers should take all the complaints seriously. If someone complaints about sexual