I find the organization advantageous to both teams. This is from the fact that the elderly are assured of quality health while the workers of the organization receive a lump sum amount of money from the family of the elderly or the pension money that the elderly have accumulated over their working years. Moreover, this comes in as a feedback to society seeing as the work of taking care of these people is an ethically upright task. During the first few years of operating in the organization, the administration spent a lot of money purchasing all the requirements such as beds.
This is because the elderly at that age often take medication that may at times cause dizziness and consequently the requirement of beds (Beresford, 2007, 87). From this factor, the startup capital ensured that the families of the elderly paid a lot of money in order to sustain the high amount of spending involved. However, of the contemporary times the running costs of the organization have reduced drastically. This is because the establishment has already recovered the capital and no need to hustle people of that age.
It is however important to also recognize that such an organization has to always have ready money just in case of anything. This is from the fact that an accident may happen in the organization consequently leading to many issues concerning insurance claims and long court processes. Without accounting for such risks, the organization might run out of funds and go bankrupt (Enos, 2007, 175). The running of the organization is carried out by a set of skilled and well-educated health officers and nurses.
Professionalism is important when dealing with the health of a person, as there is no room for making blunders. When going through the hiring process of these professionals, a panel of people and the shareholders of the organization come together after availing time from their otherwise busy schedule. After several interviews and identifying with the credentials of all the potential employees, the administration take time and discuss amongst one another on the most promising candidate for the job. It is after this that they recall the now new hired employee and offers the portfolio and other requirements expected to be met by the workers in the organization (Devitt, 2007, 166).
With visiting the institution, research elaborates on the learning of the importance of managing the elderly in society. Not only did I get enlightened on this, but also I got to spend time with the elderly in the organization.
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