Dynamics of Ethics Dynamics of Ethics refer to the business tool to determine what is right and wrong(study mode 2010). There are many issues that we encounter in our workplaces everyday, which may conflict with our moral beliefs. In the work place employees must abide by a code of conduct and or ethics, to protect the employees, people they serve, and the company. The way in which an organization or company is run is dependent upon the manner that the employees conduct themselves and how they view the ethics and conduct while working. I currently work for an assisted living facility that aids in the rehabilitation and long term care of elderly adults. There are many ethical issues that may arise with the facility mostly due to the condition of the facility. We are currently a one star facility which we received fro the state who comes in to determine if the facility is in running condition, with proper staff and care for the residents. However many family members do not realize the difference in car rendered. There are a total of two building with five separate wings who house different levels of elderly. One building is strictly for rehabilitation purposes and is the newest and most up to date building housing the most active senior adults. There is also a wing for long term rehabilitation in the main building, again more up to date and new. Then there is a high paying long term care wing in which the residents or their families pay personally and is again more up to date and new. However the last two wing are for long term care residents who's stay is paid for through the state or private insurances who do not pay as much. The difference between the wings is dramatic, and difficult. As a housekeeper I have to try to make the best of the situation by working on all the rooms equally. The ethical issue I encounter with the condition of the facility is that when family members visit the facility to determine if it is the right fit for their parents they are shown the nicer wings as appose to the older wings in which many of the residents may remain for the rest of their lives. Due to the issues that continue to arise because of the condition of the older rooms our corporate has finally agreed that the whole facility including the older long term stay wings need to be upgraded. This is a positive and ethical change because there should no longer be a visible difference in the care and environment of long term residence. Since I started at the facility I have been able to explain to supervisors and corporate how important an upgrade in our two low income wings would be. By upgrading the facility this dilemma should change. Many of our residents who stay long term are involved in the upgrades and remodel because they have complained and spoken with corporate so much that corporate does not have much of a choice but to remodel. In our nicer wings there is brand new hardwood floor but ib the long term low income wings the floor is a minimum of five years old, based on the condition of the rooms The changes taking place are not only because of the condition or the complaints of the facility, but because corporate has decided they do not want to settle for mediocre but instead would like to become a greater facility. That is also why the recently opened up our other building because they felt that having a short term rehabilitation building would be beneficial to the company as well as the residents who stay there. In the main building the majority is elderly where as the cottage or rehabilitation building is for elderly who are still Independent and just ned to rehabilitate from illness or injury. The desired out come is to have an un to date facility getting a…
According to Bauman, culture can be defined through three dynamics. These are: The Hierarchical Dynamic, The Differential Dynamic and The Generic Dynamic. The Hierarchical Dynamic sees culture working as a hierarchy, in which, Power, Status and Authority are the main forms that provide culture to evolve. This theory brings change through conformity to what is “average” in expectations of society (the masses). Through education, aspiration is promoted to give us an understanding…
From the students to the faculty and staff, the primary purpose of schools is the education of the student body. Every aspect of public school learning institutions is governed by local, state and federal laws and regulations. There are many federal laws in place that every school in the United States must adhere to. In the state of Texas we are very strict on school regulations and standards. A school can be shut down if it is not meeting the federal or state requirements. All schools should received…
Dynamics of Ethics
BSHS/322- Professional, Ethical, and Legal Issues and Human Services
October 31, 2011
University of Phoenix-Online
Facilitator: Audra Stinson
Dynamics of Ethics
This following paper will include specific information about the important dynamics of ethics and the origin which they came about. The details within this passage will provide an ethical issue on a midstream change of expectations…
Individual Assessment 1:
So it would appear that leadership is more about the followers than it is about the leader: do you agree or disagree with this claim? Furthermore, how does the “transformative leader” model developed by Caldwell, et al., (2012) lead to ethical leadership?
By definition leadership can and is only about the leader, despite this however leadership in its many forms and types can heavily influence the followers in both a beneficial or detrimental manner…
revolves around the idea of leaders managing an organisation with the objective of
enhancing production levels and maximising profit levels. However Nowadays the perception of leadership is
gradually shifting more towards the importance of moral and ethics. Ethical leadership involves leaders able to
present themselves in a trustworthy and social way, to act as a good role model, in order to gain their followers
respect and trust.
The main focus in leadership’s is directed at the leaders, however…
April 8, 2015
Group Dynamics Paper
My group experience at Burger King provided me with an unforgettable amount of knowledge. Working with unpredictable personalities proved to be a rewarding involvement complete with lessons, a series of conflicts, encouragement, and team building. Although, my duration of employment was short lived, I still feel like, I learned everything I needed to know for how to work in a group.
Burger King Restaurant serves only one…
May 14, 2014
Group Dynamics Final Exam
1. Throughout the group process I took on the roles of the coordinator, summarizer and secretary. I would often take control of what I thought the group should be doing, I would try to pull together all of our ideas together and figure out what information was actually useful for our group. Once all of our ideas and information were on the table I would take them and organize them so it would be easier for our group to put it…
Collaboration and Team Dynamics Presentation
COM/505 Communication Skills for Graduates
December 8, 2014
Instructor: Mr. Ryan
To build a team there is many different elements that are needed. Most people think that this is an impossible task due to the track records built by teams that seemed too great at the time but ended up breaking up. Throughout this paper we will touch on a few of those elements and explain in detail how you can build…
Drug addiction impacts families with traumatic devastation, destruction, and unbearable grief. Family members become frustrated and distraught. The whole family dynamic is turned upside down. Friends and family members enable the manipulating addict by giving them money, a place to stay, or cover up for their behavior in hope of saving their loved ones. Children suffer because many are neglected by their drug induced parents. Babies are born addicted to hard drugs and suffer defects or, painful…
and that nobody else is using the same one.
You must attach a photocopy of the paper to this form to receive credit.
1. 3 pts. Please provide the citation the article you are analyzing.
Publio, R., Ceballos, C., & Roque, A. C. (2012). Dynamic Range of Vertebrate Retina Ganglion Cells: Importance of Active Dendrites and Coupling by Electrical Synapses. Plos ONE, 7(10), 1-9. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0048517
2. 10 pts. What was the main purpose, goal, and/or hypothesis of the research…