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Considers the continuing discrimination against pregnant women incompany attitudes. Discusses maternity leave and the EmploymentProtection Act, problems working mothers encounter, the need fororganisational forward planning, employer attitudes, and the needs ofpregnant women. Summarises that...
Examines the nature and reasons for introducing counselling atBritish Telecom. Discusses the changes in culture in BT brought about byprivatisation, first steps to introducing counselling, the benefits ofnondirective counselling, and the nature of the counselling schemeitself. Surmises that...
Considers the changing attitudes towards employees health whichare leading to the introduction of health programmes, particularly forsmoking. Examines smoking policies at work, reasons for having a smokingpolicy, benefits and costs of stopping smoking, and methods of stoppingsmoking. Surmises...
Discusses the need for counselling in the workplace, therecognition of that need, and the requirements for counselling schemes.Considers the definition of counselling, counselling in the worksetting, trade unions, and the choice of counselling scheme. Concludesthat the success of a counselling...
Discusses the disruptions in health and work caused by marriagebreakup and relationship difficulties. Discusses ways managers canidentify relationship problems in others, counselling at work, economicbenefits of counselling, supervision and support, RELATEs counsellingprogramme and techniques,...
Considers the role of the British Association for Counselling incounselling provision. Examines what the BAC considers to be the meaningof counselling. Describes the foundation, divisions, and subcommitteesrelated to the Association. Summarises that the BAC exists to make thebenefits of...
Discusses the use of counselling skills and referral within onecompany Courage. Examines performance appraisals, thedisciplinary interview, confidentiality, respecting the individual,referral, recognising limitations, conflict areas, realising potential,and structure in counselling interviews....
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