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BUAD Final – Flashcards 34 terms
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Jacoby Flores
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Emily Kemp
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Nursing Chapter 15: Political Activism in Nursing – Flashcards 35 terms
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Ken Ericksen
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Equal Pay For Equal Work Great Railroad Strike Of 1877 Military Reconstruction Act National Labor Union Safe Work Environment
More history exam – Flashcards 20 terms
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Jamie Hutchinson
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Business Management Family And Medical Leave Act Part Time Employees Safe Work Environment
Comp. and Benefits 11-14 – Flashcards 98 terms
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Anthony Richie
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American Red Cross Business Business Management Limited Liability Company Limited Liability Partnership Safe Work Environment Small Business Owner
Business Law Channel Management Financial – Flashcards 25 terms
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Rebecca Mallory
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Information Technology International Marketing Likes And Dislikes Management Safe Work Environment
Lodging Quiz 2 – Flashcards 20 terms
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Kenneth Wheeler
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Free Trade Zones Safe Work Environment Survey Of Business
Economics ITB Flashcards 32 terms
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Stephen Sanchez
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Balance Of Trade Business Management Ethics Foreign Direct Investment Goals And Objectives Principles Of Marketing Safe Work Environment
MGMT 1: Chapter 3 – Flashcards 30 terms
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Sabrina Peterson
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Foreign Direct Investment Free Trade Agreement Safe Work Environment
Mgmt 1 – HW 3 – Flashcards 30 terms
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Elizabeth Mcdonald
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Business Communications Business Management Safe Work Environment
understanding business chapter 4 – Flashcards 13 terms
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Jacob Herring
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At the conclusion of a class on factors that can lead to unionization among nurses, the instructor would recognize that further clarification is needed if a student included which of the following as one of the factors? a. Job stress c. Unsafe work environment b. Whistle-blowing d. Physical demands
ANS: B The instructor would recognize that further clarification is needed if a student responded that whistle-blowing was a factor that leads to unionization among nurses. Some reasons that contribute to nurses wanting to unionize are job stress, unsafe work environment, feeling powerless, the physical demands of the job, and the need to communicate concerns and/or complaints to management without fear of losing their jobs. Whistle-blowing is the act in which an individual discloses information regarding a violation of a law, rule, regulation, or a substantial and specific danger to public health or safety.
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For industrial workers in Gilded Age America: A.real wages fell due to rising prices B.a forty-hour work week was the standard C.government regulations provided a safe work environment D.working and living conditions remained precarious E.forging a work permit for children was seen as taboo
D.working and living conditions remained precarious
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ANS: D A safe work environment is imperative for the safety of both nurses and patients. Correcting this work environment issue promotes job satisfaction and good patient outcomes.
Which situation would be considered a workforce advocacy issue that is reportable to the state nurses association or the Center for American Nurses if it is not resolved at the local level? a. Nurses prefer to wear navy blue scrubs, but the institution requires burgundy scrubs, which interferes with autonomy. b. The cafeteria often serves fried vegetables rather than healthier baked vegetables, causing the potential for hyperlipidemia. c. The hospital pharmacy does not fill employee prescriptions upon receiving them; instead, they fill employee prescriptions after all inpatient prescriptions have been filled. d. The key needed to change the sharps container is locked in the supervisor’s office after 3 PM on weekdays and all day on weekends, which prevents changing of the container when needed and places nurses at risk for needlesticks.
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