The Pros And Cons Of Human Resources Auditing

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Throughout the years, people in the workforce are making mistakes in their respectful jobs and it’s affecting their work business overall. With these mistakes keep piling up, workers will feel guilty towards themselves for developing bad habits and they are having a hard time changing it. There have been high rates of death in employees and in consumers and this can result in a bad reputation for businesses. People that are working for a long period of time are faced with these kinds of situations due to the fact they are over stressed and exhausted. Professions that are dealing with this are doctors. Whenever they perform an operation on the patient, they have to know what to do the operation properly. This puts lots of pressure that are coming …show more content…
Having a HR audit working in a hospital has their good and bad sides. The good side about this is position is that they can choose applicants that are suitable for the job. On the other hand, there is negative side and it’s that doctors may see you as the worker that has the easy end of the job. In order to overcome the negative side of this workplace culture, HR audits can look at their employees at a psychological model. A psychological model that can be used well in the medical field is Alderfer’s Hierarchal model which looks at existence, relatedness, and growth needs. By looking at it in this perspective, audits will understand the needs that are necessary for the doctors to perform well while they are working on the line but at the same time, they cannot satisfy everybody at the …show more content…
In order for pediatricians to perform their practices on the patients, they have to have the proper equipment. The types of tools used by pediatricians daily include the stethoscope to hear if the child’s heart is healthy, a thermometer to check if the temperature is normal, and an otoscope to see if the young patient has any ear infections or anything that is blocking there hearing. These are some of the essential surviving tools for pediatricians when they perform their practices on the patients and most of these equipment’s can only be used once because children could get sick easily and parents can blame it on the doctor. It is critical for Human resource audits to provide these pediatricians with the necessary equipment’s in order to avoid any consequences in the future that they may

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