The Assignment (3-4 Pages):Analysis of a Pertinent Healthcare Issue Develop a 3- to 4-page paper, written to your organization’s leadership team, addressing your selected national healthcare issue/str

The Assignment (3-4 Pages):Analysis of a Pertinent Healthcare IssueDevelop a 3- to 4-page paper, written to your organization’s leadership team, addressing your selected national healthcare issue/stressor and how it is impacting your work setting. Be sure to address the following:Describe the national healthcare issue/stressor you selected and its impact on your organization. Use organizational data to quantify the impact (if necessary, seek assistance from leadership or appropriate stakeholders in your organization). Provide a brief summary of the two articles you reviewed from outside resources on the national healthcare issue/stressor. Explain how the healthcare issue/stressor is being addressed in other organizations. Summarize the strategies used to address the organizational impact of national healthcare issues/stressors presented in the scholarly resources you selected. Explain how they may impact your organization both positively and negatively. Be specific and provide examples.

Identify a task that you would need to perform in your current career or future career, and explain how you would apply the knowledge you have learned in this course to succeed at performing the task

Identify a task that you would need to perform in your current career or future career, and explain how you would apply the knowledge you have learned in this course to succeed at performing the task in a real-word scenario.For example, how would you apply the knowledge you have learned in this course to prevent the spread of COVID-19,or other infectious diseases,among employeeswithin your workplace?Please respond to two posts from your peers. Please include the name of the person or question to which you are replying in the subject line. For example, “Tom’s response to Susan’s comment.”ALSO PLEASE REPLY TO ANOTHER STUDENTS COMMENT BELOWJennifer:This course has shown me several different methods of conducting different types of hazard analyses for various scenarios. The only method I was previously familiar and comfortable with was the root cause analysis, specifically the five why’s, which can be quite redundant and, in some cases, not specific or detailed enough to get to the meat of the problem in order to prevent future occurrences. Although I am currently always accompanied by a more senior safety professional that can guide and mentor me on the job, I now feel confident that if I were to be left in charge of conducting an incident, occupational illness or injury investigation that I would be able to successfully do my job and be able to choose the most appropriate methods for conducting my investigations. I also feel much more confident now when it comes to knowing what is required and what must be done for OSHA reporting. Another valuable part of this course for me was all of the historic moments we discussed that caused certain laws and organizations to come into play. I feel that bringing these up during toolbox talks and mass safety briefings and showing employees how these historic incidents are related to the current work they are doing and why specific safety measures are so important will be beneficial and effective in fostering a “safety-first” culture.

Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on The Effects of 1976 Grunwick Strike on Equality Legislation, and Trade Union Policies to Women and Black Workers. It needs to be at least 2000 wo

Hello, I am looking for someone to write an article on The Effects of 1976 Grunwick Strike on Equality Legislation, and Trade Union Policies to Women and Black Workers. It needs to be at least 2000 words. The 1976 Grunwick strike was a strike involving the workers of the Grunwick company in Willesden North London, a company that deals in photographic processing and finishing. George Ward, the founder of the company founded it in 1965. In its initial years, the firm operated on a postal basis, which involved the customers mailing of films that were undeveloped along with payment to the laboratory, and received the finished photographs through the same post.In 1976, an industrial dispute occurred involving the trade union recognition at Grunwick Film Processing Laboratories which led to a strike of two years between 1976 and 1978. A previous dispute had occurred in 1973 over union recognition at Grunwick where some workers who joined a workers Union had been terminated from work.The majority of workers at Grunwick were female and of Asian origin, who got a meager wage of £28 per week, compared to the average national wage which was £72 per week. It is evident that the working conditions at Grunwick were simply awful and more so indicative of gender and racial discrimination. Approximately 80% of the employees were of Asian origin, and, 10% were of Afro-Caribbean origin. There were claims of workers treated wretchedly by the management. treating them in an inhumane way and exploited, with working overtime with no additional pay.The dismissal of Devshi Bhudia, for working too slowly, sparked the strike in August 1976. Three other employers supported him by walking out. On the same day of dismissal of Bhudia, another employee got a dismissal in the evening, for merely putting on her coat while preparing to go back home. Her son in support of her walked out. The six then began to picket outside Grunwick. They signed up membership with the APEX, the pickets went back to Grunwick and 50 more workers walked out with demands to join the union. 25 other workers from Cobbold Road premises joined the strike.

Last week, you began exploring the similarities and differences of leadership and management roles and the contributions these roles make to an organization’s functioning. Social workers need to be aw

Last week, you began exploring the similarities and differences of leadership and management roles and the contributions these roles make to an organization’s functioning. Social workers need to be aware of these similarities and differences in order to determine which management or leadership skills are most appropriate in a given position or situation.This week, you have focused on the influence of external factors on an organization’s functioning with a special focus on their impact on the leadership of social workers in supervisory roles.As you have explored leadership and management roles, skills, and behaviors, you may have become aware of how these align, or do not align, with your personal skills, strengths, and interests. You may also have begun to consider how external factors might influence you if you were to assume a leadership or management role in social work.For this Assignment, you assess your strengths and areas for growth in order to determine what aspects of leadership and management are a good “fit” with your personality, leadership style, and relevant skills. You also address how external factors might influence you as you serve in a leadership or management role.Assignment (4–5 paragraphs): Complete the following:Assess your strengths and areas for growth with regard to both the leadership and management roles based on what you understand about these roles so far. Be sure to address whether your skills and interests align better with the leadership or management role. Identify at least one area of growth in either of these roles you would like to further develop, and explain why. Identify two significant external factors that might influence your work if you served in a leadership or management role in social work. Explain why these external factors are significant and how they might affect your work as a leader or manager.Required ReadingsNorthouse, P. G. (2013). Leadership: Theory and practice (6th ed.). Los Angeles: Sage PublicationsReprinted by permission of Sage Publications via the Copyright Clearance Center.Chapter 1, “Introduction” (pp. 1–17)Northouse, P. G. (2018). Introduction to leadership: Concepts and practice (4th ed.). Washington, DC: Sage.Chapter 1, “Understanding Leadership” (pp. 1–18)Chapter 2, “Recognizing Your Traits” (pp. 21–44)Chapter 6, “Developing Leadership Skills” (pp. 117-138)Lauffer, A. (2011). Understanding your social agency (3rd ed.). Washington, DC: Sage.Chapter 3, “Role Playing and Group Membership” (pp. 70–98)Plummer, S.-B., Makris, S., & Brocksen, S. M. (Eds.). (2014b). Social work case studies: Concentration year. Baltimore, MD: Laureate International Universities Publishing [Vital Source e-reader].“Social Work Supervision, Leadership, and Administration: The Phoenix House” (pp. 82–84)

Write a 1,250-1,500 word paper in which you address the ethical and legal application in the following scenario: Scenario: You are a hospital administrator who has been told by your ICU unit director

Write a 1,250-1,500 word paper in which you address the ethical and legal application in the following scenario:Scenario: You are a hospital administrator who has been told by your ICU unit director of a patient in the unit who has suffered serious brain damage from a car accident 2 days ago and is currently intubated. The patient is 45 years old but does not currently meet the criteria for complete brain death as defined by Arizona state legislature “4-1107. Determination of Death and Status; Rules.” The spouse of the patient has consulted with the attending physician. The attending physician informed the spouse that the patient could survive but would likely require life support. Half of the family is insisting that the patient “wouldn’t want to live this way” and the other half is accusing the other family members of wanting to “kill” the patient. Some allegations have been raised about a substantial inheritance for some family members upon the patient’s death. The battle is becoming intense, and it is beginning to disrupt the medical and nursing staff.Describe the medical care issues involved in this situation. Explain which laws and regulations apply to this situation. How would you interpret these laws and regulations when making a decision? Describe the ethical issues that may arise based on your decision as the administrator. Explain how you can ensure appropriate implementation of supporting policies and procedures in order to ensure ethical integrity. What policies and procedures would you consider when making your decision? How would you ensure these procedures were followed correctly? What resources could you use to support your decision?Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

Evaluating the Evaluation Component In Step 6 of the text, you learned about the importance of the evaluation component to both the grant-seeking organization and the funder. There is some debate as t

Evaluating the Evaluation ComponentIn Step 6 of the text, you learned about the importance of the evaluation component to both the grant-seeking organization and the funder. There is some debate as to whether the evaluation function is better performed by the grant-seeking organization (i.e., internal evaluation), or by an external evaluator.Search the Internet and/or the online library for articles about the pros and cons of using internal versus external evaluators. In your discussion response, share your thoughts on which you think is more appropriate (internal or external evaluation), and include an advantage and disadvantage for each. Be sure to make reference(s) to the article(s) or website(s) you identify to support your points. Identify which type of evaluation you would recommend for your grant proposal and why

Provide a 6 pages analysis while answering the following question: Low Morale, Lack of Job Satisfaction and General Welfare of Employees of Ramseyer Shipping Agencies Ghana Ltd. Prepare this assignmen

Provide a 6 pages analysis while answering the following question: Low Morale, Lack of Job Satisfaction and General Welfare of Employees of Ramseyer Shipping Agencies Ghana Ltd. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide. An abstract is required. Ghana, a Sub-Saharan African country, with a population of 24 million (as of 2010) and with per capita GDP of 1098 USD, is an island of English speaking country in the ocean of Francophone nations (Ghana Government Portal, 2012). While the maritime industry plays a significant role in the development of any country, Ghana has failed to take advantage of two ports and harbors to serve the needs of its neighboring landlocked countries. The maritime industry has a wide scope ranging from designing, constructing, and maintaining vessels to managing and operating shipping lines, freight forwarding, and hence the industry has the capacity to generate a lot of direct and indirect jobs (Graphic Business, 2012).Ramseyer Shipping Agencies Ghana Ltd is engaged in shipping cargo from the Far East and Europe to Africa. In addition, it intends to add services such as stevedoring, shore-handling, customs clearance, and warehousing in the future. The vision statement of the company is to be a leading competitive shipping agency and to take advantage of the latest technology to seek out an up-to-date solution to its clients. Since the company has been formed after a series of takeovers and mergers, the staff at Ramseyer Shipping is apprehensive of the growth and profitability of the company amidst the competitive environment in which it operates. This is responsible for low morale among the staff which consequently affects the output.The staff at Ramseyer Shipping was apprehensive of their future at the company but they were assured of good returns once the company found a solid footing. However, the company did make profits but the staff was not included in it. Their wages continued to be the same while the shareholders were paid handsome annual dividends. The staff could not leave their jobs because of a lack of opportunities in Ghana. If people gave up their jobs they would either have to return to agriculture which was hardly remunerative or fall back on the informal economy for subsistence (ILO, 2004).