Case Study On A New Work Ethic Written By James Sheehy

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  • A New Work Ethic

    A New Work Ethic Seok Gil Hong Business Ethics - Business 309 Professor Mahari Belay April 29, 2012 Abstract This case study was about the evidenced work ethic of young people who are working in a fast food restaurant. A human resource manager, James Sheehy, goes undercover to work in the restaurant in order to observe the organizational culture and environment of the restaurant. What is discovered is that the employees have little regard or respect for the work, the employer, the customers

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    Ethics Case Study Susan M. Brandt HCS/335 February 12, 2012 Professor Beryl Keegan University of Phoenix/Axia Ethics Case Study When we look at health care professionals they are immersed in ever-changing environments. In this case study it is important to know and understand how people face different situations within their everyday lives. Health care has been the main focus for individuals that have anything wrong with them such as an illness or a disease

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    Ethics Case Study HCS/335 Ethics Case Study There are many situations in which ethics come into play, especially concerning the healthcare industry. Day-to-say operations require employees to know how to handle certain situation in the most ethical way possible. The refill of a controlled substance such as Valium, an antidepressant medication, is just one example of how knowing what the responsible and ethical thing to do can be crucial in the workplace. Jerry McCall currently works

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    Ethics Case Study JoAnn DiAntonio HCS/335 October 7, 2013 Claudia Unrein Abstract This paper will discuss the ethical dilemmas faced by some health care providers in the performance of their daily tasks. In this paper we will discuss the case of Jerry McCall, an office assistant working for a private physician, Dr. Williams. Jerry is also certified as a medical assistant and an LPN. Jerry receives a phone call from one of Dr. William’s patients while he is covering the telephones for

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  • Ethic Case Study

    Ethics Case Study: Jerry McCall Evanie N Williams HCS/335 December 31, 2013 University Of Phoenix Ethics Case Study It’s important that those who work in the medical field know their scope of practice and keep within their professions guidelines. The following case study will discuss an issue a medical assistant/LPN has encountered during his shift at Dr. Williams’s office and why the assistant must act under his scope of practice. Case: Jerry McCall is Dr. Williams’s office assistant

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  • Ethics Case Study

    Ethics Case Study HCS/335 October 7, 2013 Linda Hagler-Reid, MBA Introduction Jerry McCall is Dr. William’s office assistant. He has received professional training as both a medical assistant and a Licensed Practicing Nurse (LPN). He is handling all of the phone calls while the receptionist is at lunch. A patient calls and says he must have a prescription refill for Valium, an antidepressant medication, called in right away to his pharmacy, since he is leaving for the airport in thirty

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  • Ethics Case Study

    Ethics Case Study Amanda Wade HCS/335 December 23, 2013 Melissa Green Ethics Case Study Introduction Having Ethics is very important aspect of an individual’s personal and professional life, ethics can help people to determine whether if their action are right or wrong good or bad, just or unjust, and unfair or fair (Fremgen,2009). Having a strong workplace and interpersonal ethics are important to any career, but it is so important to have it in healthcare wherein professional encounter

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  • A New Work Ethic

    Running head: A NEW WORK ETHIC 1 A New Work Ethic? Strayer University Business Ethics – BUS 309 October 25, 2010 A NEW WORK ETHIC 2 1. Describe how typical the attitudes that Sheehy reports appear to be in work environments you have experienced. With the new generation of workers, in particular recent college graduates the attitudes of the Sheehy reports are neither unusual nor unprecedented. This generation unlike those of the past, are not exposed nor in some

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  • Ethics Case Study

    Ethics Case Study Ethics Case Study Nikki Gabel HCS/335 12-9-2013 Ethics Case Study The case study of Jerry McCall is a an example of a situation where someone is faced with stretching the legal and ethical limits of their medical training and making decisions that they are not qualified to make. Jerry is a medical assistant and is an LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) but he has no authority to prescribe medications to anyone for any reason. The training he received allows him to

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  • Ethics Case Study

    ETHICS CASE STUDY PAM SIMMONS UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX HCS/335 HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY STEVE LINERODE FEBRUARY 21, 2011 This is an ethic case study that is very important for everyone to know and to understand. People face different situations, every day in their lives. Whether it being a doctor, lawyer, or whatever, everyone goes through tough times. Ever since, we can remember, health care has been the main focus for an individual having anything that is wrong

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  • Ethics Case Study

    Ethics Case Study Kimberly Bellas HCS/335 September 22, 2014 Instructor: Robert Vella Ethics Case Study Based on the scenario given, it is evident that the patient is in desperate need of his medication and needs immediate assistance. Jerry McCall is the office assistant for Dr. William’s office and is obligated to somehow help this patient in the best way possible. Luckily Mr. McCall has had prior professional training as both a Medical Assistant and an LPN. First and foremost we would need

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  • A New Work Ethic

    A New Work Ethic 1 Running head: A NEW WORK ETHIC A New Work Ethic Business Ethics January 24, 2011 A New Work Ethic 2 As I read the case study “A New Work Ethic,” I began to noticed strong similarities of my own experiences and the work environment explored by the human resource manager James Sheehy. What he had uncovered happened to be very shocking. He described this new generation of workers as having a frightening new work ethic with no regards to superiority

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  • Ethics Case Study

    Potential Ethical Complications for Medical Advice from Office Staff Andrea Sammut University of Phoenix Healthcare Ethics and Social Responsibility: HCS /335 March 28, 2011 Jodie Ausloos Potential Ethical Complications for Medical Advice from Office Staff Jerry is a medical assistant who is also and LPN (licensed practical nurse). Jerry is an employee of Dr. Williams’ a licensed medical doctor. Jerry’s responsibilities include administrative as well as patient-oriented tasks such as

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  • Ethics Case Study

    Ethics Case Study Kimberly Peralta HCS/335 April 19, 2011 Terry Matherne Jerry McCall is Dr. Williams’ office assistant. He has received professional training as both a medical assistant and a LPN. He is handling all the phone calls while the receptionist is at lunch. A patient calls and says he must have a prescription refill for Valium, an antidepressant medication, called in right away to his pharmacy, since he is leaving for the airport in thirty minutes. He says that Dr. Williams

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  • New Case Study

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  • A New Work Ethic

    1. Describe how typical the attitudes that Sheehy reports appear to be in the work environment you have experience. The attitudes reported by Mr. Sheehy are nothing new to me. As a restaurant manager I experienced the same lack of respect, theft and general lack of urgency regarding customers and the importance of customers. My employees and managers were always trying to skirt around their perspective duties. I had to constantly check after 90 percent of those who worked for me. I am no longer

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    Ethics Case Study Ranacia Alford HCS/335 Ruby Wesley Shadow In order to make ethical decisions in the medical office setting, everyone should have a clear understanding of their role in the practice. Knowing the scope of their work allows employees to perform their jobs better and to keep from making mistakes that could reflect badly on the liable provider. In the case study that will be discussed, Jerry, the office assistant, is asked to refill a prescription for Valium, a controlled substance

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    ARTICLE 1 The article ‘Lawyer says Virgin Blue displayed ‘unhealthy work culture’ in city office’ by Anthony Marx was published in The Courier-Mail on 14 March 2011. The article details how Virgin Blue allegedly discriminated against two female employees by forcing them to take redundancies after confirming they were pregnant or returning from maternity leave (Marx 2011, p. 1). Subsequently, both employees have initiated legal action against Virgin Blue who ‘has denied any wrongdoing and vowed

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  • A New Work Ethic

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  • A New Work Ethic

    A New Work Ethic Describe how typical the attitudes that Sheehy reports appear to be in work environments you have experienced. I worked as a merchandise manager at Bloomingdales where the average age of the sales associates where 18 to 25 years old. At that time many of the employees regarded the work as something to do until they found real jobs, or until they graduated from college. For many of the It failed to meet the economic and professional standards a college graduates envisioned their

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    Ethics Case Study – Jerry McCall University of Phoenix Ethics Case Study In health care today, there is sometimes a lax attitude regarding rules and regulations. Some allied health professionals may be tempted to inappropriately use their position because of a personal feeling of empowerment. There are always ethical and legal issues that influence outcomes and this care is just another example of the difficulties that allied health professionals face every day. Jerry is trained as a

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    Ethics Case Study Name HCS/335 Date Professor Ethics Case Study Today’s healthcare professionals are immersed in an ever-changing environment. The advent of managed care, a variety of medical practice arrangements, and a multitude of healthcare specialty areas have resulted in the continual need to understand healthcare law. Unfortunately, due to the rise of malpractice suits, many physicians are protecting themselves by ordering multiple testing procedures, some of which might not be needed

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    Ethics Case Study Does Jerry’s medical training qualify him to issue this refill order? Why or Why not If Jerry was solely a medical assistant he would not be able to refill any prescription for they have absolute no authority to do so. Medical assistants’ may take the call and write the messages and send it to the nurse but that is about where it ends because they are not permitted to authorize or even inform patients about a prescription without consent of the doctor (Irwin, Yock, & Buckhrdt

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  • A New Work Ethic

    clones? The last trait Dupin and Sherlock share is that they are both definitely introverted geniuses. Dupin said on (p.17) “I placed my hand upon the solid fabric of the catacombs and felted satisfied.” Another thing he had said was “Against the new masonry I re-erected the old rampart.” (p.17). As Sherlock snapped fiercely (p.193) “Everything which had been disconnected before I began at once to assume its true place, and I had a shadowy presentiment of the whole sequence of events.” Dupin and

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  • A New Work Ethic

    A New Work Ethic A New Work Ethic Let’s examine work ethic today and how it has changed. We will look at personal experiences and the typical attitudes in the work place and the implications of work ethic for the future of American business. Finally, we will examine the reasoning behind employee theft in the workplace. Describe how typical the attitudes that Sheehy reports appear to be in work environments you have experienced. As I read “A new work ethic“and the experience of James Sheehy

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  • A New Work Ethic

    typical the attitudes that Sheehy reports appear to be in work environments you have experienced. The attitudes described by Sheehy are real. You can walk into any fast-food restaurant and think you have landed on a different planet. There is no responsibility or accountability in today’s younger workers. They come across as if they are doing you a favor by waiting on you. Customer service is not a term they understand. Today’s work ethic is a complicated dynamic. The new generation of workers are

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  • A New Work Ethic

    A New Work Ethic A New Work Ethic 1 Running head: A NEW WORK ETHIC A New Work Ethic Business Ethics January 24, 2011 A New Work Ethic 2 As I read the case study “A New Work Ethic,” I began to noticed strong similarities of my own experiences and the work environment explored by the human resource manager James Sheehy. What he had uncovered happened to be very shocking. He described this new generation of workers as having a frightening new work ethic with

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  • A New Work Ethic

    1. Describe how typical the attitudes that Sheehy reports appear to be in work environments you have experienced. Sheehy’s reports on the attitudes of his fellow employees, is very typical of young adults today it seems. When Sheehy reported a whole generation of workers with a frightening new work ethic of contempt for customers, indifference to quality and service, and a get-away-with-what-you-can attitude depicts how the work ethics of our youth is today. (Shaw, 2010) It is very apparent when

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  • Ethics Case Study

    Ethics Case Study Angela Gentile HCS/335 May 21, 2012 Claudia Unrein This paper is on an ethics case study, I will first explain the case study, and address why the person involved is not qualified to refill prescription medication. Also does it matter if the medication is on a daily need bases, and will that person be protected from a lawsuit? All these questions will be answered, so let me give you a little background on the case and some definition that might help you understand the circumstances

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    Ethics Case Study Sandra Childers HCS/335 January 16, 2012 Patricia Tobin. PhD, LCSW Ethics Case Study This paper discusses the dilemma of Jerry McCall. Jerry, office assistant of Dr. Williams, is a trained medical assistant and Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN). While covering the front desk while the receptionist was out to lunch, a patient and friend of Dr. Williams calls requesting a refill order for Valium. The friend is taking a trip by plane and takes the Valium when he flies. There

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  • A New Work Ethic

    Running Head: A NEW WORK ETHIC 1 A New Work Ethic: Case Study 4.4 Patricia Woodhouse Harry Mamaux Business Ethics- Bus 309 October 30, 2011 A New Work Ethic 2 1. Describe how typical the attitudes that Sheehy reports appear to be on the work environments you have experienced. After reviewing

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    Ethics Case Study Tina Marie Gaddie HCS 335 Edna Wilkerson June 20,2011 Ethics Case Study It is important to understand that in this case, valium is not an anti-depressant because it can actually cause or worsen the patient’s depression. Another issue to understand is that Jerry does not have any authority to provide medical prescriptions. According to medical law and ethics, the doctors or other authorizing people such as PA or LNP must approve all medication refills. What Jerry could do is

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  • Case Study on a New Work Ethic Written by James Sheehy

    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. According to Sheehy the attitudes in his

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