Defendant further assured its employees, including plaintiff, that e-mail communications could not be intercepted and used by defendant against its employees as grounds for termination or reprimand. (Halbert & Ingulli, 2010, p. 71) Mr. Smyth was receiving and sending e-mails on his home computer. In his communications with his supervisor there was use of offensive language. These communications were intercepted by executives in the company. Mr. Smyth and his supervisor were terminated for unbecoming and unprofessional comments over the company’s e-mail system.
Record all assessments and safety measures c. Ensure staff training takes place d. Know where lone workers are during their work hours e. All of the above 3.What are the employee’s responsibilities? a.Take care of own safety b.only Stay in the environment if unsafe c. Follow policies and procedures d. Do not advise employer of risks 4. Identify the hazards of Lone Working a.Inadequate rest periods b. Park in isolated areas c. Car Breakdowns d. Travelling in pairs e. Mobile phone always charged 5.What is an on call system? a.
delays, c. No legal or other leadership review on contract; Gerry signed with statements “best efforts/whenever possible” except Jana (IT manager) d. Jason stated “Who wrote the specs for the software?” II. Major Problem Did Captiva Conglomerate President (Gerry) know of the major change within his company, and did he delegate an effective CFT task to research a custom inventory management and spare parts management system before awarding a contract to SOS? III. Possible Solutions/Alternatives A. Captiva should stop the work until a meeting is coordinate with Captiva leadership to include Gerry and legal to explain the situation. I would get Gerry to communicate the importance of the
Jodie Hutton Task A – Short Answer Questions Ai Explain three differences between a working relationship and a personal relationship. A working relationship is established between both colleagues and service users, where time is spent with participants of either colleagues or service users during work hours. This relationship is kept strictly professional and should involve little or no contact out of work hours. Working relationships do not allow arguing, accepting differences, discussing interests or beliefs and personal life problems between the participants of the relationship. Sharing information on staff and service users is not allowed in a working relationship as followed by policies and procedures and things such as data protection.
Regulatory Issue: Glenwood Gardens Independent Living Facility As an independent living facility of Brookdale Senior Living Inc., Glenwood Gardens enforces a company policy in which the corporate organization holds no liability of an employee getting hurt while performing medical care (Kern County Fire Department, 2013). Instead, protocol for medical emergencies require employees to call 911 and sit with residents of medical necessity until EMS arrives (Kern County Fire Department, 2013). This company policy prevents employees from performing any medical care or lifesaving technique, which increases the risk of fatality. Colleen is the employee at Glenwood Gardens who refused to follow dispatcher (Halvorson) instructions and perform CPR on a resident who collapsed on the facilities dining room floor (Kern County Fire Department, 2013). She calmly remains on the phone waiting for EMS; however, makes no attempt to find anyone else to
3. Arguing, this is not allowed at work as you have signed up for the job, you cannot turn around and argue with a senior member of staff when you have been given the job roles that are included, where as at home you can argue. Aii) Give two examples of different working relationships in an adult social care setting. 1. Manager to care staff: this is a relationship where you can go to the manager about any problems or questions you may have that arise within the job role, this can also include any problems that may attach to you.
2.1 CONSULT WITH COLLEAGUES TO IDENTIFY THEIR PLANNED ACTIVITES AND CORESPONDING RESOURCE NEEDSI provide staff with information regarding health and safety, to make sure working practices are carried out and followed staff are involved in the review of policies, procedures and practice e.g staff member m is in charge of the fire drills and recording etc. By involving the staff this leads to good levels of understanding and knowledge. All findings are documented accordingly and it is clear to all staff who holds the day to day responsibility for each aspect of the policy areas. Meetings take place regularly to make sure all staff and managers are aware of competence, control, co-operation and communication.Competence covers recruitment, training, support and advice e.g in my workplace I ensure that staff are adequately instructed and trained by having training courses, clear explanations given on procedures before being undertaken and outlining risks etc.Control is allocating responsibilities, securing commitment, instruction and supervision, i.e I ensure each staff member knows what they must do and how they will be held accountable e.g in charge of fire drills, risk assessment documentation etc. Co-operation between individuals and groups i.e.
Everything I do from the way I dress to the way I speak will be imitated and emulated by others. If I am always late, then my staff will always be late. This is because I have already approved this behaviour through my own actions. Thus, if I want my employees to be punctual then I need to go to work on time, if not earlier, so they can learn to do the same. The second step is to know the requirements of my staff as well as my own.
Never give out personal information to anyone on the phone, unless expressly told to by senior staff. Always ensure that you cannot be overheard by other people when talking about a resident with other staff. Ensure paperwork is securely locked away, or shredded as appropriate. 5. Describe potential tension between maintaining an individual’s confidentiality and disclosing concerns to agreed others.
But this new website has it flaws also in it personal relationship skill. It does not communicated with child support system cases. There is no on to talk to get answers you file your claim they call you if you have a phone to set up a interview than a lot of time there are nasty . I would personal take the time to train my workers to deal with the many problems we