Domestic violence is a large social problem in the United States today, as well as all over the world. Domestic violence includes spouse abuse, child abuse and etc. Mate abuse talks about abuse from a marital or a dating partner in an intimate relationship. Domestic violence is not just physical, but is any behavior that is intended to control another person through the use of verbal assaults. Domestic violence is a very important social issue because it has a large negative effect on the victims.
So how does this affect the workplace? The affect is stress in the work place. Stress is defined as a specific experience at work that associated with aggression, anxiety, fear, depression, anger, and other unpleasant emotional states that have “bad” outcomes. This is unfortunate because supervisors have a strong influence on their employees’ behaviors due to their physical and psychological proximity to employees and their ability to administer rew... ... middle of paper ... ...effects of leadership behavior on workplace harassment, employee outcomes, and organizational effectiveness in small businesses. (Order No.
Deadlines are coming, work is not performed in time, people come to work just to wait until the end of the shift. Good employees will soon start to look for a new job, and eventually, an angry manager is left with less skilled personnel. As a result of inefficient management, company spends unnecessary money on training new employees. which often are quick to find another job, because they are not satisfied with work conditions in the company. The employees are first to experience negative consequences of poor management, then clients.
Workplace Violence In today's fast paced, stress riddled work environment it is no surprise that the workplace can become a foreground for violence. Employers must be extra careful when hiring and firing employees and stay aware with what is happening in the work environment that surrounds them. Extra precautions must be taken to ensure the safety of all employees in the workplace. Too many times employers do not take the proper steps in preventing workplace violence and the consequences are disastrous. Violence on the job or even after hours can take a very negative toll on an entire business.
First of all, in order to understand the impact domestic violence causes, one must know what “domestic violence” means. When the term “domestic violence” is used, for many, the idea of physical abuse only comes to mind. However, domestic violence can be much more than just physical abuse. Domestic violence can be seen in countless cases as “ a pattern of abusive behavior in any relationship that is used by one partner to gain or maintain power and control over another intimate partner.”, (USDOJ: Office on Violence Against Women: Crimes of Focus: Domestic Violence) Domestic violence can range from not only physical abuse, but also to abusing a partner’s emotions, forcefully restricting a partner’s money spending habits, and assaulting a partner with unwanted sexual contact. The cases for domestic violence have been dramatically increasing in the United States.
Family violence is a crime that unfortunately plagues many families, partners, and households nationwide. Family violence can range from arguing, to physical altercations, and at times, death. While the name implies only family members can perpetrate this type of violence, boyfriends/girlfriends can carry it out, as well as a household roommate. In order to understand family violence to a greater degree, criminal justice agencies and officers alike, must understand the role both parties play. In addition, criminal justice personnel must understand the different types of violence involved, as well as the victimization it can cause, not only at the hands of the offender, but also by the criminal justice system itself.
Examples of employers abusing their position include humiliation, undermining, disrespectful language, discriminatory comments, yelling and intimidation. When employees are surrounded by this on a daily basis it can affect their self-worth. Employers can resolve these issues by allowing open lines of communication and by not giving employees the impression that it is acceptable to act negatively and disrespect fellow employees. Employees have options available to them for dealing with a toxic employer, such as formal complaints, legal action or by ending their employment with the company. Employees can go to their human resources department where they work and confide in... ... middle of paper ... ...k for your company and also do business with you.
For example: if employee didn’t do something good enough, boss will argue for it or have worse relationship with colleagues because of it, this gives damaging things for that employee. It is not good because he/she meets internal stress because of that issue and then maybe he/she will self-murder. Also, external stress comes from outside of our bodies. The reasons are pollution, our job, financial worries, being too busy, relationship difficulties, meet difficulties, poor working environment, poor career development, problems at home, and other outside factors. All of these factors are beginner of external stress in the workplace.
Teamwork will be threatened and friendships broken. Being late to work does not only affect the employee itself, it upsets the whole organization. Offer them to call or email to advise they will be late. By doing this, it will hold them accountable and have to admit to their actions. Next, discuss the undiscussable behavior with each offender.
Conflict Resolution Conflict can happen in any organization. It can be viewed as a difference of opinions, ideas or beliefs. Conflict between supervisors and employees can create friction and can be uncomfortable, frustrating, and stressful. It is important to know how to resolve conflicts in the workplace. Not being able to deal with a conflict can jeopardize your job and the organization.