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Gives an overview of the implications for confidentiality on areasof working in personnel departments, examines the problems associatedwith each area and looks at situations where confidentiality cannot bemaintained.
Providing counselling in the workplace can challenge the ethicalprinciples on which counselling is based. Identifies a series ofquestions designed to focus attention on aims, outcomes, referrals,confidentiality and resources. Concludes that confronting ethicaldilemmas is a continuous...
The extent to which an employer has the right to information aboutan employees mental and physical health is a much debated topic, offsetby the employees right to privacy. Indeed, privacy is often confusedwith confidentiality and secrecy. Identifies some of the dilemmas facingmanagement,...
Discusses the ethical and legal complexities of confidentiality incounselling where, often, there is uncertainty about what the optimumpractice should be, and when there may also be problems in implementingethical practice. Reports on the codes of practice, published by theBritish Association of...
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