Equality- being equal, especially in rights, status or opportunities. All individuals should be treated equally and there are laws in place to ensure that this happens. In accordance with the law, organisations have quality policies to ensure that everyone is treated equally.
Equality means having equal access to the too services a person needs. The centre promoted equality when Patrick Green was tested positive for HIV. Although Patrick was concerned about no longer being accepted as a member he was reassured that he will retain all access to all facilitates and wold be treated with the same courtesy. This is showing equality as Patrick will have equal access to the facilities just like everyone else who goes to the centre, and just like he would even if he didn’t test positive for HIV.
It is my role to ensure that we have sufficient staff on daily basis in order to meet the relevant staff/child ratios. Any over staffing we have should be utilised in an appropriate manner, for example the other day we had some children not come in due to illness so I decided to take some paperwork and sit to one side and update it. I was still in the room should the staff need me.
1. Explain how legislation and codes of practice relating to equality, diversity and discrimination apply to own work role
Legislation and codes of practice relating to equality, diversity and discrimination are foundations of my work role. It is like a stick of rock. Without ensuring that each individual has a safe, secure and nurturing environment in which to explore, develop and learn then I might as well give up. Every individual has the right not to be discriminated against and it is my job to ensure I am a positive role model.
However the key focus is on the task, rather than developing the team per se. For this reason this model is particularly suited to a non-static team where teams are constructed for specific projects, rather than assigning the project to an existing team.
The organizations where I work promote equality, diversity and inclusion in both policy and practice. Staffs should regularly be reminded the importance of equality, diversity and inclusion in day to day practice. Staff should respect the choice, preference, ethnicity, origin, rights, and wishes of service users. Care staff should be allocated to service user to make sure that
The purpose of this paper is to expand my day care center into a larger facility that will require more staff members. In addition to my current staff I would need to add five (5) Certified Day Care Professionals, one (1) Registered Nurse Professional, five (5) After-School Assistants and one (1) Office Support Paraprofessional.
During placement, I adhere to Hull City Council policies and procedures and government legislation. For example, I write my whereabouts on the board to keep myself safer when working alone, and explained to child A my duty to breach
As an educator, I would create special needs aware day to support children with special needs. During the day, educator could invite co-works and parents together join the activity, share special needs books and movies.This strategy could help people have more knowledge in special needs
Within your first two weeks as an Adult Protective and Community Supervisor (APCS) you held an informal meeting with your staff so that they could get to know you and you them. This first meeting established the relationship that you wanted to have with your workers. This meeting also identified that you had an open door policy and that you were willing to assist your workers in any way possible. You encourage your workers to work at their optimal performance level and you stress to them that the only way to achieve this is by discussing policies, shadowing them on home visits, reviewing their cases and giving them feedback, which ensures that they have a clear understanding of programs and office operation. Candice you keep detailed notes of concerns that you may have with a worker and you discuss those concerns with me. You had one employee that you thought we were going to have to recommend probationary dismissal on; however, after you had a heart to heart with the employee you identified some personal issues that the employee was
“Describe the roles and responsibilities of four members of the Multidisciplinary Team who you have observed planning and implementing care for one child and family.”
Another thing that would really help would be to have some cultural offerings for the newcomers. People could meet and get to know each other. The newcomers also may learn something about
There are numerous ways in which various individuals have defined diversity. Definitions of the term range from narrow to very broad. Narrow definitions tend to reflect Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) law and define diversity in terms of race, gender, ethnicity, age, national origin, religion and disability (Wheeler, 1994). Broader and more inclusive definitions may also include sexual/affectional orientation; values; personality characteristics; education; language; physical appearance; marital status; lifestyle; beliefs; and background characteristics such as geographic origin, tenure with the organization, economic status, and other ways in which we differ (Carr, 1993; Hayles & Russell, 1997; Triandis, 1994). More precisely, diversity refers to the presence of differing cultures; languages; ethnicity; races; sexual orientations; religious sects; abilities;