007-3.2 Explain the potential impact of an out break of infection on the individual and the organisation. Impact on the organisation: There would be potentially huge cost implications on an organisation with regards to staff sickness levels rising, causing the need to employ more staff which they will be paying to cover in addition to staff that are off sick ,and patients needing hospitalisation. Patients may require to have longer stays in hospital causing a shortage of beds for other patients. Hospitals, units and wards could all face closure short term or long term. The organisation could also be fined by not complying with the law which would have a negative effect with exposure in the media.
A personal work plan helps us to stay organized, meet deadlines and complete all the tasks involved in our job. If there is not any personal work plan, it could lead to a build up of stress. The best way how to create the personal work plan is to make a daily list of tasks that need to be done, update the plan daily, crossing off completed tasks and adding new tasks that need to be done. Urgent tasks can be highlighted. The personal plan: * Helps to focus our mind on important tasks * We are less likely to forget to do tasks * Saves time * Helps to decide on priorities * We feel more in control * There is a record of what we have done * There is always something to work on Also creating the personal work plan is important because it allows an employee the opportunity to show a manager how he/she plans to accomplish the things that are being asked of him/her.
They may be small things, but it’s the small things that count the most to make any relationship work. When working in this industry your relationship will suffer greatly because the small things won’t happen on a regular basis. Also when an officers biological clock is not in the norm, it will affect the persons attention, reaction time, risk taking and efficiency, causing more frequent errors in the work place to occur. “Additionally, correctional staff job stress has been linked to premature
Employees are vulnerable to different work- related conflicts, which can lead to burnout. According to Lewis, Packard, and Lewis (2007) burnout is a state of physical, mental, or emotional exhaustion, which is caused by excessive and tedious stress from involvement with individuals in emotionally demanding situations. Burnout is composing of three major factors: emotional exhaustion, feelings of low personal accomplishment with clients, and a sense of depersonalization feelings (Lewis, Packard, & Lewis, 2007). Burnout should be avoided for the fact that it has a serious effect on human services employees, clients, and even organizations. Available is a large list that can be breakdown into groups of what causes burnout.
Unit 12 2.1explain how individuals experience discrimination due to misinformation The attitudes people have towards those of us with mental health problems mean it is harder for them to work, make friends and in short, live a normal life. -People become isolated -They are excluded from everyday activities -It is harder to get or keep a job -People can be reluctant to seek help, which makes recovery slower and more difficult -Their physical health is affected. This is because society in general has stereotyped views about mental illness and how it affects people. Many people believe that people with mental ill health are violent and dangerous, when in fact they are more at risk of being attacked or harming themselves than harming other people.
Ingram’s arguments about extending works beyond work time are valid. In order to relax and enjoy their family, workers need to forget their work after work time. If a company needs instant response to their problems twenty-four hour a day, it should find another way which does not overload their employees. For example, it should hire more employees to work on the night shift. Furthermore, workers who do not have enough rest are more stressed; therefore, their productivity falls down, which results in less profit for companies.
Some of the employees have been threatening to leave the company which would be disastrous for Perfect Printing because employees are one the biggest asset a company has since it’s the workers who produce the goods for the consumers without workers a company cannot function. 3) Another common source of conflict might be the noise pollution that both the workers and the citizens around the community were facing. Since the workers are already dissatisfied with their low the noise pollution just adds oil to fire. The community around perfect printing might form pressure groups
Causes and Prevention of Burnout in Human Services Staff Paper Burnout amid human services staff is a concern that many professionals have. It can also be trepidation within the agency. Human service professionals have an overwhelming and stressful occupation, especially when dealing with intense caseloads, work overtime, on call, and balancing a schedule between work and home. This report will define what burnout is and how it pertains to the human service professional. It will describe some of the different factors that cause and prevent burnout.
Those that are willing and want to find available work find themselves unable to get job interviews (Cause and Effects of Unemployment Rakoczy, C 2009). Unemployment affects people psychologically and some of the problems they could have is short term and long-term memory loss. Some people begin to develop a lack of self-esteem and confidence when a person becomes unemployed, his or her confidence reduces and many times leads to lack of interest. Stress can also become a major obstacle while someone is unemployed the problem with stress is that it can become proportional to the time of unemployment. Having bad health can begin and you can begin to have physical effects on the body.
Some of the problems that may occur when a new employee is taking over your position after been promoted and course difficulty while trying to cope with the job are the following. Stress; Most of the new employees find it hard to cope with a new job due to the capacity of the workload given and this may result to them been stressed up and unable to complete the required assignment given by the employer. This also can affect the quality of the work needed to be done and this will not reflect a good picture of the company. To help a new employee to cope-up with the demand or pressure of the new the job, it’s advisable to offer him/her good on job training and also a booklet which he/she can refer while performing his/her duties. This will reduce