Being late is becoming a more and more common trend among people of all walks of life, especially in the United States Army. This is completely unacceptable and it violates the Army Values, costs the military more money, and reflect very poorly on the soldier and his first line supervisor. There are many methods available to prevent being late as well as proper steps to take once you know you are going to be late and there is nothing else you can do about it. The Army Values, Leadership, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. When you are late to anything, whether it be a formation or appointment, it goes against nearly all of these values that are instilled in all soldiers.
The implications of this on the services are far reaching due to the fact there is the ever current risk to the lives of serving soldiers who are in combat or an area of global instability. They may be seriously killed or injured by the enemy, by civilians who resent the military presence or even by friendly fire. There is also a huge impact on the family of military personnel who may experience extreme stress or anxiety about the welfare of their loved one. War is also a extremely expensive prospect and a war can quickly use up many types of resources including fighting vehicles, ammunition and protective equipment. Reserve
THE ROAD TO BECOMING A WELL SEASONED SOLDIER AND LEADER IS VERY TOUGH AND GRUELING AND IS FILLED WITH ALL TYPES OF SETBACKS AND SLIP UPS. IN THE UNITED STATES MILITARY, TARDINESS IS UNACCEPTABLE. I COULD WRITE THIS ESSAY AND FILL IT WITH EXCUSES AS TO WHY I WAS LATE, BUT THE FACT OF THE MATTER IS THAT THERE IS NO EXCUSE. BEING ON TIME IS VERY IMPORTANT. WHEN I AM LATE IT MAKES EVERYONE ELSE RUN BEHIND WHICH THEN MAKES ALL THE SOLDIERS EAT LATE AND HAVE TO WAIT.
The first session is often spent conducting an intake interview, which includes collecting basic demographic information about the client (age, marital status, number of children, ethnicity, etc. )” Martin, M. E (2003). Once again dealing with a large population that even miles away from their native land, can’t seem to pass the idea of going to someone other than family or friends to resolve their problem. It’s a battle to get people come forward to talk about abuse, rape, sexual orientation when in their mother land it’s a big taboo a delicate situation. As an immigrant I know and feel very sad to not been able to educate others to come forward it’s not the same in America help is there for all and the system for most case will come
When an employee is bombarded with too many patients under their care, it causes stress to the employee, and as an effect they lose concern for the patient. Many geriatric care facilities are under staffed, and the pay rate is very low compared to other health care professions. Nurse’s aides have a very high job turnover rate which leads to lack of bonding with their patient, and the patient receiving a new caregiver every few months, which will cause confusion to both the patient and the employee. Inadequate staffing is a huge factor and problem in nursing homes. According to the U.S. House of Representatives, majority of nursing homes do not have enough staff to meet the levels recommended by federal officials; the levels recommended are 3.45 nursing hours per patient daily.
War is one of the most psychologically, physically, cognitively, and emotionally demanding and stressful situations that people can find themselves in, even with the best of military training and preparation. As the Global War on Terrorism, now referred to Overseas Contingency Operations, continues past its eleventh year mark, over 1.7 million United States military members have served in Iraq, Afghanistan, and 20 major bases around the world, with major concentrations of troops in 11 countries. Some military members have endured a severe financial, physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual toll. Two specific populations of these war fighters, the Army and Air National Guard, are America’s “Citizen Soldiers” and “Citizen Airmen.”
Stress Management in Law Enforcement “Best ways for law enforcement officers to reduce stress levels and why this works for you” Being a Law Enforcement officer in itself is a very stressful job. You work long and odd hours, you do not get much time to yourself or with your family and you are constantly putting yourself in harms way to protect people you do not know on a personal level. According to our text book everyone responds differently to stress. Essorment.com states that all the following will lead to different reactions; the law enforcement officers level of experience, years of being in the service and the intensity if the stressful event. They give five very good strategies a law enforcement officer can use to help cope with a stressful event or situation.
Abstract Listening barriers in personal relationships stood out to me as my paper topic because personal relationships are apparent in the lives of every human. Being married for just over a year, this new and very personal relationship is not one that comes easy or that can be practiced before hand. We do not have much time together as a married couple and what does and does not affect our relationship is something that is in a very important developmental stage. We try to figure out each other’s thoughts, behaviors, emotions, etc. When I came upon this topic, it easily applied to my marriage and other relationships of many other friends and/or family members.
18 year olds are at crux of their growth, they have little to no time and are handling copious amounts of stress, to force them to work around a issue they do care about, is just wrong in my opinion. Can you imagine going to High school and after finishing hours of HW, sports practice and house chores to then be forced to go do community service? Modern teenagers are very busy in today's world, SATs, the stress of looking for a job or going to college all these worries manifest within them and to put additional stress on them and telling them that absolutely they have to do community service would not help them. According to NBCNews and a survey taken by the American Psychological Association teens on an average are MORE stressed than adults. 18-year olds barely have any time and are under gargantuan amounts of stress, forcing them to do community service will hurt their general well being.