Questions and Answers
1 Develop trust with your colleagues, as all are having the same purpose it will create a greater bond between them.
2 Having common work and policy to follow helps in maintaining consistent communication
3 Be positive and increase the feeling of brotherhood between members.
4 All have common goals to follow that lead to better understanding between them.
5 All members will respect each other and treat equally (Baker, 2009).
1 Age Discrimination Act 2004 – This act maintains discrimination in the working place regarding age-related issues. And everyone must get equal and fair chances and not get discriminated against because of anything.
2 Disability Discrimination Act 1992 – This act maintains discrimination in the working place regarding disability-related issues. And everyone must get equal and fair chances and not get discriminated against because of anything.
3 Fair Work Act 2009 – This act maintains discrimination in the working place regarding fair work-related issues. And everyone must get equal and fair chances and not get discriminated against because of anything.
4 Racial Discrimination Act 1975 – This act maintains discrimination in the working place regarding racial discrimination issues. And everyone must get equal and fair chances and not get discriminated against because of anything.
5 Sex Discrimination Act 1984 – This act maintains discrimination in the working place regarding sex-related issues. And everyone must get equal and fair chances and not get discriminated against because of anything.
For any problem to solve correctly there is a need for effective problem-solving and conflict resolution strategies. Doing work as per the given policy and procedure helps in attempting the problem in a structured manner that leads to the fast solving of the problem. Using a creative approach. Effective problem solving involves understanding the problem first and attempting it so that it will save extra time that can be used for other productive work.
Code of conduct at every workplace act as the guide or map for all the staff working at the facility and on behalf of it they can act accordingly. Performing their job role along with their fellow members requires collaboration between them for smooth work done and the code of conduct helps in maintaining it. And it has been observed that every reputed company is making it mandatory to follow all codes of conduct.
Three reasons why networking can lead to a more productive and effective workplace environment are as follows –
1 The exchange of ideas is the most helpful thing which could be achieved by creating networking.
2 The overall confidence at the professional level gets boosted by it and networking plays a vital role in it.
3 One of the most important that could be possible because of networking is meeting different people at the workplace and professional levels.
The working place which is not centred on any one kind of approach that could lead to creating differences between the working staff is not a good idea in terms of firms’ growth. A place that provides a vast area of work and tries to motivate different skills and abilities that are needed enhances the area in a manner that each and everyone can understand each other better and can work more efficiently with one another.
Consulting the important things such as work-related issues, and professional development, work health safety issues, professional development-
Talking about work-related issues will give employees a sense that the firm is taking care of them and they can work better on their work. Taking care of good health and safety of workers will provide a better working area for the staff members at the workplace. Professional development is very important for the sustainable growth of the person and it boosts the overall confidence at work of the employee.
It has been observed that nearly all sort of award has been required to cover by the consult of the award along with the staff members and the things which will be included in it are as follows –
1 Organizational changes – All sorts of new policies and necessary changes which are being done at the place must be conveyed to them.
2 Decisions – These includes all sorts of major decisions at the workplace such as program, production, organization, structure and technology (Bal, et al., 2015).
There are many different ways in which the employer could consult with the employee or the staff members but the most important five of them are as follows
1 Having a formal way of meeting
2 Having regular meetings that could occur on a specific day in the week or month
3 Sharing important information on the notice board, for personal information emails could be used.
4 The best way of communication could be used is by print media the information as in a letter could be provided to them which also secure the information.
5 Direct means of conversation could be used for better work.
The general process of conflict resolution involves the following points –
1 Be aware – always be prepared
2 Be proactive – always try to prevent things
3 Try to understand the scenario better
4 Try to initiate the conversation
5 Take the necessary action to make sure that the conflict does not get any further.
Four ways an employer must manage the tasks and responsibilities of employees are as follows –
1 All the working area is in better condition.
2 All the employees must be aware of the dangerous things in the place.
3 All the necessary information must be shared with the staff member so that they can work with the right knowledge.
4 Try to make more safe work environment.
Try to make more conversations with the staff members so that they can do the work in the diversified environment in a much better way, thing to do in it is as follows communicate with every employee, and encourage the process of diversification (Gaillard& DeCorte, 2020).
Baker, T. (2009). The New Employee-Employer Relationship Model. Organization Development Journal, 27(1).
Bal, P. M., Kooij, D. T., & Rousseau, D. M. (2015). Introduction to aging workers and the employee-employer relationship. In Aging workers and the employee-employer relationship (pp. 1-9). Springer, Cham.
Fair Labor Association. (2005). Workplace code of conduct.
Gaillard, M., & DeCorte, M. J. (2020). Ethics and workplace productivity. The Journal of Government Financial Management, 68(4), 50-52.