This HR team member is well versed about the health care marketplace in order to offer competitive compensations packages to new and existing members of the staff. This includes some market research to determine what a facility can do in the way of benefits and how much it will cost to supply said benefits to the staff. Regulatory compliance This function ensures that each member of the staff knows and understands the regulations the facility and each staff member are held to. This involves any credentials that team members must have to perform their individual jobs. It also involves ensuring that each member of the staff is aware of and follows the HIPAA and other guidelines legally mandated to health care facilities.
She has given me feedback on my performance, and highlighted future training events that I may find beneficial. Having supervisions with team leaders, getting guidence on areas I could improve or areas where I work well in. 3.1 Personal development plan can be defined as the development of the skill of a person which is very much important for personal career and also professional career of that person. This plan also indicates to the advancement of the personality of individual person. It helps a person to make him capable and confident in his profession.
Continual professional development is important for my career as I feel that it increases my employability, and also helps me progress with better prospects and to hopefully gain future promotion. As a senior carer I am responsible for others this includes Staff, service users, visitors that come on site including contractors and other professionals, so it is very important to me that I am knowledgeable and effective in my role. 1.2 Analyse potential barriers to professional development Potential barriers to continuing professional development could be • Lack of budget from the organisation – an adequate training budget should be in place and agreed each year to keep up to date with on-going and new training courses. • Lack of supportive staff – staff that are only concerned with earning their wage each month without caring about the knowledge and training to care for service users properly. • No time to train – adequate time needs to be set aside for each staff member so that they understand and are confident it what they are learning.
2. Planning process – This process is where the project charter helps to create and maintain a workable plan for ensuring the project meets the organization’s needs. Understanding and defining the projects knowledge areas will help to keep a workable plan (i.e. planning for the procurement of equipment, the managing the work load and staying within costs of the project). a.
Explain the process you would follow to identify and approve resources for OHS initiatives within an organisation. 6. Provide examples of how well developed communication skills can assist a manager when dealing with OHS information. An example of how well developed communication skills can assist a manager when dealing with OHS information is for example you’re at an introduction for new employees and you’re instructing them on how to use particular equipment and where not to stand on the work site, if your skills are poor and they miss something you said due to your poor communication skills and they do exactly what you missed in telling them and injury themselves on the work place, it’ll be the managers responsibility and they’ll be personally sued due to failure to tell them the OHS information required. Part B – Case
In a performance review, the following criteria should be covered: * Individual Task Outcomes – Individual Task Outcomes are the goal-setting portion of the evaluation. This is designed to focus on employee goals and the direction of their career. * Behaviors – The behaviors an individual is evaluated on are things that are quantifiable. For instance, does the individual turn in their assignments on time or does the individual arrive at work on time? Usually, this has to do with evaluating what a person does or does not do.
Assess the importance of employability and personal skills in the recruitment and retention of staff in a selected organisation Good recruitment and selection procedures can help to improve the workforce at McCarthy and Stone. It is important to consider employability skills and personal skills when recruiting and retaining staff as having a good balance of these skills in employees will make the organisation run smoothly and effectively. They will identify the type of person required for the job. This means that a suitable person can be appointed. They will have the skills to do the job and labour.
General social care council set out Codes of practice for social care workers and social care worker employers, one of the standards is shown below: * Be accountable for the quality of their work and take responsibility for maintaining and improving their knowledge and skills. I have a responsibility for my own personal development. I’m always looking for ways to improve my knowledge and development, I do this by ensuring all my mandatory training is up to date and by looking for new training opportunities to expand my knowledge in other relevant areas. I keep myself updated with changes in health and social care and amend my ways of working to reflect the changes, I do this by way of development reviews with my manager, emails (including CQC updates, Skills for care, SCIE), company policy and procedure
UNIT 11 1.1 Shirley Creary Analyse the principles, scope and purpose of professional supervision. Supervision is a process in which a worker is given responsibility to work with another to meet organisation, professional activites. The objectives are competent, accountable performance, continuing professional development and personal support. The purpose of professional supervision gives the opportunity for employer and worker to come together to reflect on work practise and reflect and evaluate their work through discussion, report and observation. When i undertake any supervision my aim is to identify solutions to any problems, improve practise and increase understanding of any issues.
Human Resource Management Roles Aisha Syed HCS 341 September 5, 2013 Mr. Michael Taylor Human Resource Management Roles What is the importance of human resource management in health care? What is the definition of this term human resource management? When pertaining to human resources in health care it can be defined as a different kind of clinical and nonclinical staff responsible for public and individual health intervention (Kabene). Improving satisfaction and quality of services for patients is the primary goal of the human resources sector in the health care industry. When people think of the term “human resources”, it is likely they would automatically think of group in an organization that interviews and hired them in to his