How are managers currently addressing the issue in public organizations?

This is the instructions provided by the Professor: Please it must be considered.

Each student group will be required to do a research project that will be at least 10 pages in length and will cover a current topic of human resources management. The students group must get approval from the instructor on the appropriate topic. To give a few examples, research topics could address issues such as HR Planning in the Public sector, Discrimination Laws or Merit System Promotion. These papers should include the following aspects:

1) Introduction of the topic (what is the issue for human resource management?)

2) Why is this topic important for public organizations?

3) What other issues interrelate to the main topic being addressed.

4) How are managers currently addressing the issue in public organizations?

5) Conclusion (what does the future hold for this issue in public organizations?)

Format:

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3- Proper Harvard Referencing

Assessment:
A separate rubric document is attached on report writing criteria.

Ethics in public organizations, are there higher standards in public verses private organizations?

Topic: Ethics in public organizations, are there higher standards in public verses private organizations?
Some believe that it is okay for private organizations to cut corners and even provide questionable information to its customers if it keeps the prices down and does not hurt too many people. You may agree with this or not but given a variety of news media reports over the last several years, it does happen. However, when it comes to public organizations, there is an expectation that every step/decision made in the public arena should be visible and that public organizations are expected to do more with less.
Your paper should address the following questions;
Should public organizations be expected to meet higher standards than private ones? Why or why not?
If public organizations are to meet higher standards, what means should be exercised to assist in meeting these standards without increased cost?
If public organizations are not held to higher standards, then how can private organizations be controlled to ensure that they do not violate the confidences of their customers and meet the same standards as public organizations? Please develop at least two other strategies other than market forces.

Explore the role of professional organizations in current nursing practice.

Learning Resources
Prior Knowledge
Nurses are often faced with challenging obstacles that prevent or impede their ability to provide high-quality care to their patients. Mandatory overtime is just one example of such obstacles. Collective bargaining is one of the tools that nurses use to force positive change in their workplace. Reflect on your own experiences as a professional. Think about how collective bargaining does or does not impact job satisfaction for nursing and the quality of patient care, for example, by bargaining for reduced overtime, lower patient ratios, or otherwise.
Required Resources
Media

Video: Laureate Education (Executive Producer). (2009). Issues and trends in nursing: Professionalism and professionalization of nursing. Laureate Education Inc.
Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 12 minutes.
In this program Dr. Joel, Dr. Mancino, Dr. McClure, and Ms. Ferguson discuss the importance of nurses being a part of professional organizations. They describe the inherent nature of nursing and how this further drives the need for nurses to gravitate toward organizations that support and regulate actions within their profession.
Note: As a reminder, additional Learning Resources for the week are listed below the Media Player. Be sure to scroll to the bottom of the web page to view the complete list of Required and Optional Resources.
Reading

Course Text: Professional Issues in Nursing: Challenges and Opportunities
Chapter 16, “Whistle-Blowing in Nursing”
Chapter 17, “Impaired Nursing Practice––What Are We Doing About It?”
Chapter 18, “Collective Bargaining and the Professional Nurse”
Chapter 19, “Assuring Provider Competence through Licensure, Continuing Education, and Certification”
Chapter 23, “Nursing and Public Policy: Getting Involved”
Chapter 23 explores the role of nurses in changing policy regarding nursing practices. The chapter reviews historic foundations and current policy and politics.
Chapter 24, “Nursing’s Professional Associations”
This chapter identifies different professional nursing associations. It explains the growth of these associations in general and their role in shaping nursing into a profession.
Course Text: Mason, D. J., Gardner, D. B., Outlaw, F. H., & O’Grady, E. T. (2016). Policy and politics in nursing and health care (7th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Elsevier.
Chapter 73, “Current Issues in Nursing Associations”
This chapter identifies the issues confronted by the nursing profession and discusses the role of nursing associations in addressing these challenges.
Chapter 74, “Professional Nursing Associations: Operationalizing Nursing Values”
Chapter 74 briefly describes the evolution of nursing organizations, as well as the opportunities and benefits afforded to their members.
American Nurses Association. (2010). Nursing’s social policy statement: The essence of the profession. Silver Spring, MD: American Nurses Association. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.
American Nurses Association. (2010). Nursing: Scope & standards of practice. Silver Spring, MD: American Nurses Association. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.

Articles
Drenkard, K. (2013). Credentialing as a commitment to excellence. Journal of Nursing Administration, 43 (3), 119-121. Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.

This article describes how research confirms that certification helps nurses perform better on the job. Studies demonstrate that certified nurses feel more confident in their clinical abilities, collaborate better with physicians, and report higher levels of empowerment than do their noncertified counterparts.
Websites
American Nurses Association (n.d.) Code of Ethics with Interpretive Statements.
Retrieved December 2, 2014 from http://www.nursingworld.org/MainMenuCategories/EthicsStandards/CodeofEthicsforNurses.aspx
Boston College School of Nursing (n.d.).
Nursing Ethics
Retrieved December 2, 2014 from http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/son/ethics/swf/NursingEthics.swf
U.S. Department of Energy (2014).
Human genome project information
Retrieved September 19, 2014 from http://www.ornl.gov/sci/techresources/Human_Genome/home.shtml

Optional Resources

Professional Nursing Organizations
American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) (n.d.). The impact of education on nursing practice. Retrieved December 2, 2014 from http://www.aacn.nche.edu/media-relations/fact-sheets/impact-of-education
American Nurses Association (2014). ANA’s constituent member associations. Retrieved August 22, 2014 from http://www.nursingworld.org/functionalmenucategories/aboutana/whoweare/cma.aspx
American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) (2014). About ANCC. Retrieved December 2, 2014 from http://www.nursecredentialing.org/FunctionalCategory/AboutANCC
International Council of Nurses (ICN) (2014). About ICN. Retrieved August 22, 2014 from http://www.icn.ch/about-icn/about-icn/
National League for Nursing (NLN) (2014). About the NLN. Retrieved August 22, 2014 from http://www.nln.org/aboutnln/index.htm

With these Learning Resources in mind, please proceed to the Discussion.
Professionalism and Professionalization of Nursing

Nursing has taken many positive steps to solidify its status as a profession. They include licensure, certification, credentialing, and accountability. Professional nursing associations further the professionalism of nursing through evidence-based practices, professional codes of conduct, and standards such as the American Nurses Association Code of Ethics Conduct and Scope of Practice. Nursing associations and unions support their members through various means. Nurses are becoming more involved in the political processes that influence both licensure and delivery of care.

Nurse Practice Acts in each state defines nurse responsibilities, the range of nurse activities and services, and the qualifications for practice. It is critical that nurses are engaged in their professional associations and collectively bring their concerns to policy makers with a united voice.

This week, you will further examine the characteristics of nursing as a profession. You will explore the role of professional organizations in current nursing practice and examine professional codes of conduct and standards. As you review the resources and information this week, you will see how these codes and standards impact nursing behavior.

Objectives

Students will:

Assess the influence of professional organizations on nursing practice and health care delivery
Describe how Nursing Practice Acts in each state and the American Nurses Association Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice influence professional nurse behaviors
Paper :

Legal and Ethical Issues Related to the Workplace

More than 100 years ago, state governments began enacting laws under the ambit of the public’s health and welfare which authorized government oversight designed to ensure the safe practice of nursing. By now, all states and territories have enacted a Nurse Practice Act (NPA). Additionally, state boards of nursing (BON) charged with the responsibility of administering the NPA have been legislatively authorized to develop and promulgate administrative rules, or regulations in some states, to interpret and clarify the NPA for regulated parties, namely nurses.

The American Nurses Association (ANA) provides important nursing practice guidance and guidelines. For example, the ANA Code of Ethics for Nurses is a definitive guide that demonstrates how to perform nursing responsibilities while providing quality care in a manner that meets ethical obligations. ANA Position Statements provide explanations, justification, or recommendations for a course of action pertaining to relevant and current topics in nursing practice. ANA Principles for Nursing Practice are promulgated principles aimed at providing practical information for practice, frompay to staffing, delegation to documentation, and even cutting-edge topics such as the social media. The ANA also publishes the Nursing Scope and Standards of Practice which provides a broad, non-clinical description of the art and science of nursing.

For this Application Assignment, locate your chosen work-related issue/problem from the week two discussion. Based on your week two discussion, write a 4 to 5 -page paper addressing the following:

Your state’s Board of Nursing (BON) approach to your work-related issue in the BON’s Nurse Practice Act and the efficacy of the BON’s approach in the context of your workplace issue/problem;
Two American Nurses Association (ANA) sources from the preceding ANA publications that address your work-related issue and the efficacy of the ANA’s approach in the context of your work environment.

Support your analysis with the information presented in the readings from the professional nursing literature. Refer to the Week 5 Application Rubric and Assignment Guidelines prior to submission.
I am a nurse in Canada so I am wondering if I should add something in my paper ? however I think I will just follow the readings . Your thoughts …… I need 4 pages in this paper including references listed in the the above

How should organizations ensure that customers don’t become frustrated but if they do how should they handle them after it occurs?

How should organizations ensure that customers don’t become frustrated but if they do how should they handle them after it occurs? Do potential and/or prospective buyers empathize with buyers who were frustrated?

Answer the questions and defend the positions you take in each of your answers.

Ensure that you repeat the assignment question (in bold above) in full and verbatim on the title sheet of your paper.

For its part, JetBlue claims not to care whether Congress wades into the issue. "From the start, our customer bill of rights was designed to be broader, deeper, and more meaningful for our customers than anything that will come out of Congress," says JetBlue spokesman Don Usselman.

Expectations

In preparing your CASE5; you need to demonstrate your learning of the concepts and frameworks for analysis outlined in the modular learning objectives. In particular, are expected to:
Give a brief definition of frustration and show the circumstances that cause buyer frustration

In preparing your 3-4 page paper, keep in mind that businesses need to be prepared for unforeseen events. What can the company do to prevent undesirable circumstances and what should the company do when faced with a problem or set of problems? In the case of Jet Blue, the company was faced with a crisis that threatened is immediate future. Jet Blue reacted quickly by stating its remedies and commitments to its customers before government intervention and mandates could be put into place that might have been less favorable to Jet Blue and the airline industry as a whole. Did the airline do the right thing?

Airline travel has changed and continues to change almost daily resulting from the rising cost of fuel. Changes include limiting the number of daily flights, providing bare-bones service to passengers, and rising ticket prices. Passengers are also less willing to tolerate inconveniences such as delayed flights and are now challenging the companies for those inconveniences.

Note that this assignment does NOT require you to prepare a detailed essay. Instead use section headings for each of the topics you address in your paper followed by a discussion of that topic.

Case-related article

Bachman, Justin (2007 February 21). JetBlue’s Fiasco Could Improve Flying. Business Week Online; p10. HTM available at the Businessweeek.com website on August 18, 2011 at http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/content/feb2007/db20070221_957314.htm

Briefly describe the organizations and their missions (stated on their web site). Identify and list the similarities and differences among the organizations’ privacy policies.

Select three organizations within the same industry from the list below and:

AntiVirus Grisoft, Norton, McAfee, Microsoft, Kaspersky, Avast.

Briefly describe the organizations and their missions (stated on their web site).
Identify and list the similarities and differences among the organizations’ privacy policies.
For each organization, recommend changes to their policies that could (a) better protect customers’ or consumers’ privacy, and (b) give the organizations more flexibility to use personal information of customers while still avoiding privacy or liability issues.
You may need to use trade journals and newspaper stories in your reference list. However, try to avoid opinion pieces (like blogs) that may not be factual. You may state your own opinions, but these must be strengthened by scholarly references.

Length 6-8 pages, due at the end of Week 10.

Prepare your paper in Word format. It should be double-spaced with one-inch margins all around. The citations and the reference list in the paper should be formatted in accordance with APA 6th edition guidelines.

Papers must include: cover page, table of contents, introduction, section headings and subheadings, conclusions, APA compliant in-text citations and list of references, and page numbers. The page count begins with the introduction and ends with the conclusions. The questions asked in the assignment should first be outlined (the outline is not included in the document), then the outline should be used to create the Table of Contents and the document sub-headings. The Introduction should briefly preview each sub-heading in the document.

How are local organizations (on-campus and off-campus) challenging “thick injustice” to make visible the invisible?

Identify Champaign-Urbana social justice responses to “thick injustice.” How are local organizations (on-campus and off-campus) challenging “thick injustice” to make visible the invisible? The responses should highlight local group involvement in institutions (i.e. connection or outcomes from the Champaign County Board, Urbana or Champaign City Councils, planning advisory boards, Student Senate, University of Illinois, etc.); the importance of place (vs. space); and historical context of the issue. In what ways are local groups exercising social justice as a practice?