Barbara Tucker is determined to figure out the root of the problem for the new rate. She has the support of her fellow department heads and supervisors to conduct a survey to ask each employee what they think about the company. BIMS is hoping to get to the root of the problem and make Douglas Medical Center a place where employees what to come to work every
Title: Tanglewood Case #3 Name: Debbie A. McCalla Course # and Title: HRM: 594 School: Keller Graduate School Instructor: Dr. B. Carden Date: Sunday June 1, 2014 INTRODUCTION One of Tanglewood’s organizational staffing strategies is to continuously make available store associates positions; however, in conjunction to that plan, they have to start looking at the best means of recruiting from the job market in order to acquire the best fit. In doing so, the management team has to peruse the various recruitment methods to garner the necessary choice for the positions being recruited for, and very importantly, they have to factor in the associated cost with each method. This case is aimed to aid Tanglewood in the following areas: recruitment guide, the estimated yields and costs associated with each method, and to make available proposed messages for recruiting. Recruitment Guide: Tanglewood Store Associate Position: Store Associate Reports to: Director of Retail Qualifications: High School Diploma; some college (preferred); at least 6 months experience in store retail; strong interpersonal and communication skills Relevant Labor Market: Washington and Oregon Timeline: Ongoing Activities to Undertake to Source Well-Qualified Candidates: Regional print advertising; job posting on company’s website; request internal and external referrals; oversee and enable kiosk-recruiting operations; utilize staffing agencies Staff Members Involved: Human Resource Personnel (Recruiting Manager and V.P. ), Director, Store Managers, Potential Peers and Direct Reports Budget: $2,500-$4,500 Targets for Recruiting Efforts The label of target group “passive job seekers” and “noncandidates” are best suited for Tanglewood’s recruiting, due to the position of “open store associates” and their organizational context.
To purchase this material click on below link http://www.assignmentcloud.com/EDL-520/EDL-520-Week-5-Individual-Mentoring-New-Teachers-Developing-a-Classroom-Management-Plan For more details www.assignmentcloud.com The assignment’s purpose is to gain practical experience as an instructional leader by developing an action plan for working with first-year teachers to help them effectively manage their classrooms. Resource: “Leadership Challenge” section in Ch. 5 of Instructional Leadership Prepare a 700- to 1,050-word action plan for a new teacher. Your plan should place you in the role of an instructional leader who will develop an action plan for working with a new teacher on classroom management skills. Include the following
The impact of social care standards and code of practice Standards and codes of practice have had an impact on training and development within the work role. For example within our work place we are required to complete core training as part of the employment conditions, this core training includes : • Health and safety • Fire safety • Administration of medicines • Report writing • Food handling • Appropriate adult • Physical intervention • Risk assessments • Drugs and other substances • Diversity and equality • Self harm awareness • First aid In addition to this core training we are required to complete the cwdC manual which includes 7 standards as set by our company, this will give new employees the understanding of their work role and the codes of practice set out by government legislation and company policy. When this training is completed the employee can then go on to gain a level 3 diploma qualification in working with children and young people. The purpose of all this training is to ensure people who work in social care are fully trained and educated in the needs and rights required by the young people their care. Over the years in the care industry there have been serious failings like the case of Baby P and Victoria climbe, such cases have lead to enquiries and subsequently improvements in the standards of care of children and young people.
Professional Career Action Plan Outline Complete this professional career action plan outline after viewing the Career 101 workshop link on the student website. You may need to research specific careers or companies to answer all of the questions. A professional career plan details career goals, rather than personal goals. This plan will look at your professional strengths and weaknesses, the type of company you wish to work for, any knowledge gaps that exist, and your professional resume. Create three to five professional goals (for example, “I want to get a job in a health care facility in the emergency services department”), and then complete this outline with those goals in mind.
In my current position, I educate patients and families about disease processes, hospital plans of care, and patient goals. My professional goal is to become a hospital based clinical educator. One mandatory requirement for the position is a master’s degree in nursing; taking that first step of returning to school has made my life plan an attainable goal. I plan to review career decision after completion of four or five courses to be certain this is the path I want to follow. According to the Council on Adult and Experiential Learning (2000), the connection between student goals and the path they have
Robert Crutchley – Essential Skills for Nursing Practice SDH1032-N Simon Cripps – Module Tutor and Zoned Academic Summative Assessment – Reflective Account Year One Submitted – 7th January 2013 Cohort 1201 Word Count 2931 This essay will discuss, assess, investigate, question and explore issues which relate to my first year as a student nurse. Evidence based knowledge and practice will be analysed and used to justify the essay content and conclusion. Five essential skills clusters will be reflected upon, which are: care, compassion and communication; organisational aspects of care; infection prevention and control; nutrition and fluid management; medicines management. The Nursing and Midwifery Council document the code: Standards of conduct, performance and ethics for nurses and midwives, 2008 (NMC,2008) and hereby referred to as “the code” will be used reflecting on specifics such as vulnerability, safeguarding, safety, consent, autonomy, therapeutic interventions, duty of care, choice, decision making, rights, responsibilities, communication, accountability, advocacy, confidentiality, health and well-being, law and record keeping. With regard to confidentiality the content will preserve anonymity throughout, consent forms would have been included should they have been applicable in order to comply with the consent and confidentiality policy of the school of health and social care and other legal legislation and guidance (NMC, 2008).
Transforming the Nursing Profession The Intitule of Medicine (IOM) with partnership with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), in 2008, began assessing and calling out for the much needed transformation of the nursing profession, creating a 2-year Initiative on the Future of Nursing. The IOM report discusses research regarding our evolving healthcare makeup in the United States and the future changes and the effects of The Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA). The IOM has four main ideas that lists recommendations in; “Transforming the Nursing Profession”; nurses practicing to their full education and training, nurses should have an education system that promotes higher education with ease, nurses should be redesigning health care equally alongside physicians and other health care professionals, and lastly, improve collection of data as it pertains to policy making and workforce. This paper will discuss the IOM’s impact on nursing education, primary care practice, and nurse leadership roles. Nursing education with its multiple routes for entry level licensure make it one of the most distinctive in the United States today.
EDEXCEL BTEC HND Health and Social Care Management Unit 14: Managing Financial Resources in Health and Social Care Case Study John and Jill are old students of WLCBMS who have completed their HND in Health and Social Care Management. They are setting up a new dynamic care home in Hounslow. John and Jill contact you to join their team as they remember you had a particular interest in finance. You have a preparatory meeting with some potential investors, one being Hounslow Council. John and Jill ask you to prepare the following points in your report to present to the meeting.
Reflective Journal This week in clinical before the start of my shift, I discussed the goals that I wanted to achieve with my preceptor. My first goal was to have my own patient assignment with minimal help from my preceptor. Also, I needed to perform all the charting on my patient and plan the care for the day. My rationale for this week’s goals is that having my own patient will help me to learn the whole nursing process. In addition, I will learn how to work as a critical care registered nurse.