If I were an employee at Riverside Foster Care Agency, and my supervisor was specifically asking me about a co worker that I know has not been going to visits that they claim they have, I would definitely tell my supervisor. As human services professionals it is our responsibility to follow ethical guidelines for our clients and our agency. The issue I see here is whether or not the human services worker should tell on their coworker, or lie to their supervisor. I'm not sure that I would just blatantly tell on the coworker, but if asked, it would be unethical to lie to my supervisor. If my coworker had told me this information, I would try to convince them to discuss the scheduling conflicts they are experiencing with a supervisor. I would let them know that the responsibility I have to the community, society, the client, and my organization is much greater than my relationship with my coworker. I might also explain that she is not fulfilling her duty to the client and bring to the coworkers attention of how unethical it is to not attend the visits, but also to lie to a supervisor. Autonomy is the first principle that comes to mind in this situation. In this case it is the autonomy of the coworker that is key. By encouraging them to do the right thing and leaving it at that would be giving the coworker the right to have free will to make the best decision for them. Telling the supervisor would be breaking autonomy for the coworker. My course of action after
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The best solution to the underlying problem is: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________…
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VIKRAM KATTUPUTHUR PRASANNA
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PROF. CHARLENE ZIETSMA
My reflection paper is classified along the following lines.
The above model draws form ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR, Understanding and Managing Life at Work, EIGHTH EDITION by Gary Johns and Alan Saks and has been trifurcated…
Elderly Care Scenario has been selected. The aim of this essay is to discuss the concept of vulnerability and why the patient in the Elderly Care Scenario is vulnerable. With reference to the NMC Code, the second part of the essay will discuss how the scenario demonstrates/does not demonstrate professional values and how the staff could have empowered the patient and demonstrated respect and maintained his dignity. The third part then discusses the anti-discriminatory issues within the scenario and how…
Principles of Sociology
Chapter 1 Study Guide
*Directions: To get the best use of this study guide, study for personal understanding instead of simple memorization. Your tests will have scenarios on them and simple recall questions. In scenarios, one must apply what is known; therefore, if you just memorize and do not understand what you have memorized, you will not succeed.
*The questions below are not the questions that are on the test; however, the topics they include will be on the test:…
than 3 - 5 minutes) present a summary of their suggestions to the Schukra Team during their session.
Workshop Date: Saturday, November 8th from 9:00-11:30 in Toldo Room 104
Schukra of North America Ltd., is a wholly owned subsidiary of Leggett and Plat (NYSE: LEG) an S&P 500 Company. Schukra is an international leader in the manufacturing, development and assembly of seating components with a headquarters in Windsor, Ontario. The company has provided the following human resource scenarios that…
that she was again being discriminated against which has left her with the decision to either confront her boss or leave her job
In my point of view there are many identifying factors that contributed to what made this situation go wrong. First and foremost, I believe that poor communication was the leading factor of why this scenario went the way it did. Although Rochelle did not know her boss as well as others that she works with she should have expressed her concerns…
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Scenario: Answer these questions in different tasks as per the instructions
Task 1 [covers learning outcomes 1 and all assessment criteria]
1. Explain different types of costs and different costing methods.
2. How costs of goods sold is calculated in a manufacturing organization?
Explain with the help of an illustration.
3. Calculate the cost with the given set of data:
In the following illustration, assume that…
Professor S. Sharma
Elements of A Tragedy in
by Sophocles and Stockett:
The Art in A Tragedy
“Tragedy is the imitation of an action that is serious, complete, and of a certain
magnitude, in language embellished with each kind of artistic ornament, the several kinds being
found in separate parts of the play. Through pity and fear effecting the proper purgation of these
emotions” (Aristotle, trans. 1974, VI)…