Diversity challenges us to recognize and value all sorts of differences in order to make our environment a better place for everyone to work. | Diversity is visible and non-visible differences which include personal characteristics such as background, culture, race, personality disability, age, gender belief are religion. | Equality | Equality is about making sure people are treated fairly and given fair chances. Equality is not about treating everyone in the same way, but it recognizes that their needs are met in different ways. | Equality focuses on those areas covered by the law, Equal wages for the employees with same qualification, experience doing the same job.
(b) Should legislation and codes of practice not be followed possible consequences could be:- Individuals: Would not receive the care in a person-centred way. This in turn could have a detrimental effect on their well-being, self-esteem and their dignity. Social Care Worker: It is a legal requirement to implement policies and procedures in accordance with legislation and is part of contractual agreements to work. The consequences of not following procedures can affect just one individual or an entire team of social workers. (c) Inclusive Practice: This can demonstrate, that although we are all unique and have different needs, we are not
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ALL TAGS (unless stated) MUST GO IN-BETWEEN THE BODY TAGS! Why are the HTML tags named the way they are? Do you notice that the chosen names for the HTML tags are logical? Think about what each tag does in the description above e.g. the tag creates a title, the tag is position at the top (or head) of the page, the tag contains the information for the main part of the webpage.
The Human Rights Act goes beyond discrimination, providing a minimum standard below which public authorities must not go. A more holistic approach: Human rights focus on individuals, rather than categorising people by specific characteristics. This widens the equality debate to include everyone rather than just specific groups. It also means human rights can address issues of multiple discrimination, where it is not clear why an individual is being poorly treated – focusing on the poor treatment itself, rather than the reason for the treatment. A framework for balancing competing rights: The majority of human rights are not absolute.
However, performance appraisals do have the potential for discriminatory effect. Discrimination may exist in the way that the employer utilizes the evaluations, as well as the manner in which the appraisal is conducted. As the employer, we must consider the impact that the test may have on protected groups as it is being developed. Basically, we need to make sure that we avoid any liability for disparate impact
Outcome 2 Be able to work in ways that are agreed with the employer 1. Consequences of doing something that's not part of your job role e.g. giving others mixed, inconsistent, confusing messages, doing something you're not qualified, trained, experienced in doing could put yourself & others at risk of harm. This is why it is important to adhere to an
In case of both organizations, the professional and ethical guidelines for ACA and AMHCA, clients and professional counselors have clear cut boundaries, safety and confidentiality of the clients' particular information and everything discussed in the sessions, are confidential for counselors to keep as such, clients cannot have romantic relationship with professionals. Furthermore, professionally, counselors must be qualified for licensure and continue getting revised licensure as well as continue their advanced certification and education to better serve clients. ACA covenant calls for all counselors to be able to indicate cultural competency and not impose their own values and beliefs onto their clients. Any psychological / mental health
In order to understand these contributions to anxiety disorders one must be aware of how we define the factors that may contribute to anxiety such as Faulty Cognitions, in which the individual reveals habits that make them susceptible to fear. Individuals who suffer from a social phobia appear to intensify signs of danger and obsessively worry about different situations, so one must be able to relearn their thinking patterns (Huffman, Karen. pg. 502). Another contribution to anxiety disorders includes Maladaptive Learning, in which learning theorists say that they are the result from maladaptive conditioning and social learning.