The expectation for the employers and employees is that they take it on board and make sure that what the employees have been taught is put in to practice. It is also expected that the information that the employers give is the most up to date and that it is properly enforced in the workplace to make sure that it continues to exist in the workplace, usually this is the responsibility of the Line manager and also the senior manager. This will increase the workforce and increase morale. There are specific people in the workplace that have a specific responsibility for equality and diversity. HR departments set up policies that are required, they also advise on the appropriate strategy and support for dealing with breaches of equality and diversity.
The ability to relate to your co-workers, inspire others to participate, and mitigate conflict with co-workers is essential given the amount of time spent at work each day. Leadership/Management Skills. While there is some debate about whether leadership is something people are born with, these skills deal with your ability to take charge and manage your co-workers. Multicultural Sensitivity/Awareness. There is possibly no bigger issue in the workplace than diversity, and job-seekers must demonstrate a sensitivity and awareness to other people and cultures.
Human Resources The Human resources can improve the H&M’s performance in many ways. There are two main processes which are looked at when managing human resources. • Recruitment: H&M must manage this carefully to make sure that they get the right staff for the job, looking at all their CV’s in detail and asking the acceptable questions in interviews is very important and, as a result, will help the organisation run efficiently, have a better performance and provide customers better service. • Staff welfare: This is also very important and H&M manages this by looking after staff and making sure they are all treated equally and that no one is discriminated for whatever reason. Having an environment where everyone is treated fairly will result in employees of H&M feel more valued, happy and more willing to give a better service.
2. Explain why it is important to adhere to agreed ways of working and the scope of your role as a care worker. It is important to support and follow the agreed ways of working and also the job description in order to avoid any grievances with your employer. This will decrease any chance of injury to a client or yourself. It allows space for skills and knowledge within the care sector to be able to increase.
Rachael Jamison What is professionalism? It is the level of excellence or competence that is expected of a professional. Professionalism is a quality that is a great asset for any individual to have, and a person that is professional should always act with integrity, be trustworthy, be respectful of others, and always conduct their business in the appropriate manor Businesses expect a certain level of professionalism from their employees during work hours and when on company property. Workplace etiquette is important for making first impressions and maintaining healthy relationships with superiors and peers. Communication, behavior, and appearance are three are the crucial factors that make a great professional employee, as these are characteristics that can contribute to a company in its goals to be profitable.
Employee rights and responsibilities have developed over time to also foster in the protection for employees as well. Employers have the problem of balancing the legalities with responsibilities and the total social engagement of an organization. With employees rights and responsibilities comes the concepts of due process, employment at-will, duty of diligence, duty of obedience, and duty of loyalty. Employers love to have an engaged workforce so seeking out ways to have a productive organization can be challenging. Employee involvement strategies have been created to include employees in the some of the decision making in their day-to-day activities.
As we are involved in an organizational setting, our main duty is to perform our work smoothly and perfectly. Most professions have internally enforced codes of practice that members of the profession must follow to prevent exploitation of the client and to preserve the integrity of the profession. This is not only for the benefit of the client but also for the benefit of those belonging to the profession. Disciplinary codes allow the profession to define a standard of conduct and ensure that individual practitioners meet this standard. Professional ethics or behavior whatever we call it can be defined through the bellow encompasses criteria.
Should an employee not gain knowledge of any new information on practices, they are liable for any future errors, which could lead to a potential safeguarding issue bought upon them. An employee that continually improves on their knowledge of the sector, policies, procedures, the organisation in which they work for and their job role, is showing a great work ethic and an ideal role model for other colleagues and team members. An employee working within the health and social care sector should also be aware of their personal abilities and where professional development is needed. An employee should ensure that they are fully trained in their particular job role and should there be any changes to their role or the organisation, an employee should include themselves in the re-training process. For example, my role as a Care Supervisor has currently undergone a split in the role, bringing on a support supervisor to take on half of the role's daily tasks.
With that being said it becomes important to set values that everyone will work by. This will help when new employees are added to the team and will also help ensure that the behaviors within the organization are acceptable and beneficial to the overall outcome of the business. The culture should be determined right from the start so the right employees are hired. It becomes important to make sure there is a way of identifying the people that truly allow the company to be successful and not just hire the superstar, not everyone will fit in to all of the different type of organizational cultures. Determining which type of culture to work in will help tremendously when trying to find an ideal business to work for.
As a manager not only would I like to be accountable for the acquisition and retention of employees that are directly under my supervision but parts of the metrics also focuses on that as well. By being able to have direct contact throughout the entire process studies have shown that the investment toward human capital has had the greatest gain. By being able to capitalize and be the go to person in setting the training and required job specifications or traits that can create a great assets to you to better complete your department goals would also help establish useful data and experience for future employees. 3.) In general, what do you think are the advantages and limitations of such metrics?