The goal of this program would be to take part in the ending of gun violence and make sure no one feels alone. This program would be different than other programs because it would only revolve around firearm incidents. It would hire professional occupational therapists and physical therapists, however it would hire anyone that wants to make a difference in the world and wishes to end this social justice issue. My dream is to end gun violence and make the citizens in my home feel safe and comfortable. Once everyone feels safe we will develop a stronger community and be able to conquer any social justice issue that comes our
The work environment has helped me learn responsibility such as paying bills, having money for my own interests or wants, and showing me adulthood. It has showed me support through other fellow employees to strive to understand and be a better employee for the business. They also give me insight on what I do they enjoy, like, or dislike about my work ethic. Although, work can be important and show you adulthood, it also can be stressful. The stress of wanting to do the best you can for the business and handling all the other responsibilities I have.
The evaluation of training consists of a reaction, learning, behavior, and results. Results determine how much the trainee liked the program. Learning outlines what facts and concepts were learned. Behavior determines if the program had an effect on the behavior(s) of the trainees. And results highlight what was accomplished as a result of the program, i.e. reduction of turnover or cost. Evaluating a training program allows for an employer to identify and correct areas in which improvement is needed. In order accomplish company goals employees must be trained effectively. Training cannot be an afterthought; it should be planned and implemented correctly. Career Development Strategies
Along with this, I would make a program that talked about the problems other countries are facing right now. I believe by putting these educational programs into practice, it would give people a new perspective on what it means to be an American. Hand once said, “yet in the spirit of America which lies hidden in some form in the aspiration of all of us”. By doing this, maybe we can find the spirit of America in
Recently, there have been situations where employees are feeling discriminated against, unethical behavior is taking place, trust is being severed, and the overall integrity of the organization is being compromised. Staff currently feels that their opinions will not matter because upper management does what they want, when they want to, and it does not matter who it affects. The snowball effect happens because people talk about things they overhear and they embellish a situation which makes it become bigger than it is. On the other hand, when there is truth to these accusations, it needs to be addressed so that trust can be rebuilt and the staff can see positive outcomes during negative times.
Since I first delved into community service two years ago, I have not only found a passion for helping others, but also a sense of belonging. After my freshman year of highschool, I was lacking direction. I had no idea what I wanted to involve myself in, but I knew I wanted to start something to help people. Therefore, my friends and I created our own charity, The Pink Bowz. Since 2015, I have worked in my community to expand this organization which helps women battling breast cancer. The Pink Bowz has since completed approximately 200 hours of community service and donated over $5000 to five women in the Hampstead - Wilmington area. Through this experience I found a passion for the fundraising process. I campaigned at my school to start a
My main focus would be the children who are suffering from the lack of a stable home and three meals a day. There needs to be steps taken to mobilize individuals to assist in the work to improve the lives for the children who are suffering due to the lack of sufficient food and housing. I would also work with individuals who want to get the information out to the public. There needs to be a portion of the organization who primarily deals with advertisements and contacting the government officials who could assist in making the organization prosper.
My parents were inspired to start a non-profit which could alleviate, to a small degree,
This organization educates not only children but parents, teachers and, members of the community. I am currently working with this organization and sits on the committee as we focus on re-opening a community high school. As committee members we work together to advocate for the community.
I currently help service the community by giving back time through volunteering at different non-profit organizations as well as being involved with MSU Tutoring in the Office of Community Service at Morgan State University. I currently help the environment by recycling and volunteering at the Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory and Botanic Gardens of Baltimore once a month. Before I graduate from Morgan State University I would like to create an Environmental Organization that focuses on consumption, recycle, and disposal issues within the Black Community. Once I am stationed on a Naval base I would get involved with the local community by empowering, and educating youth on STEM majors, especially minority females. I want future generations to know there are diverse career opportunities that differ from the standard teacher, doctor, and lawyer responses usually heard in school. I would also always recycle and become involved in organizations that focus on keeping Earth sustainable for all of
was raised by my parents to never lose sight of my goals and to always have a positive work ethic. My parents were born in India and they moved to Canada in hopes that their children could have a better life. They work hard everyday so that my siblings and I do not have to quit school like they did. My greatest eye opening experience was when I started working with my mother as a general factory worker in grade ten. The working conditions were very tough in which we stood for long hours and we had to be constantly working quickly. I met many great women and men who were new immigrants and heard their struggles in their birth country. However, despite all of the pressure they were thankful for their job and to be living in Canada. At the young
While supporting this organization I can also make connections with other non-profit organizations and support them. After I graduate with my masters I will start working at a hospital, then I will keep working even harder to open a non-profit community clinic. Help people in need passionates me, the fact that I will be able to do something that will change or improve their daily lives is a feeling I cannot explain. Not everyone can afford a good healthcare insurance, as of today I can’t even afford one. For this reason, I will open this community clinic with the goal of providing help with health care or related issues. I will assist to conferences or tutorials to get inform of how to run an organization, I will partner with other organizations if needed, but I am sure that as well as I will finish high school and college I will be able to open this clinic. My goal is to expand this non-profit organization to other states of the United States, to gather a big group of people with the same dream and work together to expand this dream. Also, since I graduated with a masters, I will find organizations that travel to poor countries offering healthcare help and
This is a case study on A New Work Ethic written by James Sheehy a human resources manager. According to the Business Dictionary (2011) ethic is define as the basic concepts and fundamental principles of right human conduct. It includes study of universal values such as the essential equality of all men and women, human or natural rights, obedience to the law of land, concern for health and safety and, increasingly, also for the natural environment.
Industrial psychologists commonly develop training programs. This function involves identifying performance or technical needs of employees that can be met by training. It also deals with evaluating the effectiveness of the training program. Training needs may include ways to (1) help new employees get used to the organization, (2) update technical skills of current employees, and (3) prepare employees for new responsibilities. Techniques used in training include classroom lectures, work simulators, computer-assisted instruction, and role playing.
In a traditional company setting, the Human Resource department (HRD) generally would look for training programmes for