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1828644/1Research Methods and EthicsThe impact and economic effects of mentaldisabilities in British work organizations(Word count: 2450)
1828644/1TABLE OF CONTENTSTITLE.............................................................................................................................................1INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1Research topic.............................................................................................................................1Aim.............................................................................................................................................1Objectives...................................................................................................................................1Research problem........................................................................................................................2Research question.......................................................................................................................2Potential value and significance of the research.........................................................................2LITERATURE EVALUATION......................................................................................................3RESEARCH METHODOLOGY....................................................................................................5Research type:.............................................................................................................................5Research design...........................................................................................................................5Research approach......................................................................................................................5Research philosophy...................................................................................................................6Data collection............................................................................................................................6Data analysis...............................................................................................................................7Literature search strategy............................................................................................................7CONCLUSION...............................................................................................................................7REFERENCES................................................................................................................................9
1828644/1TITLEThe impact and economic effects of mental disabilities in British work organizations.INTRODUCTIONResearch topicMental illness is defined as the health issues which influence the ways in which anindividual interacts with the world, relates with others and their thinking capabilities. Mentalissues have significant impacts upon psychological as well as social aspects of individualfunction, such as decision-making, analysing skills, critical thinking, memory processing andinteraction with others(Van Hal, 2015). Thus, behaviour patterns, feelings, professional abilitiesdepend upon mental health and mental disorders such as depression, anxiety and otherpsychiatric issues can affect performance of employees and workplace. For the long term successorganizations must not neglect the issue of mental disability. The issue is directly associated withthe employee efficiency and finance management for the operational expenditure.Factors such as stress, work environment and job uncertainty can have adverse impactupon mental illness and its severity(Mucci and et.al., 2016). In addition to this the personal lifestyle factors causing such illness can influence the work efficiency. Hence,it is essential thatemployers as well as employees must place emphasis on figuring out such disabilities. Theidentification and management of such issues can cause financial burden for both employers andwork place. In order to avoid the adverse impact of psychological or mental disabilities Britishorganizations may require to make improvements or necessary accommodations such as flexiblework environment or policies and working hours(Barr and et.al., 2016).AimTo explore the potential association between the presence and differential treatment ofemployees with mental disabilities in UK work organizations, and organizational performance.ObjectivesTo understand the implications of unmeasurable mental incapacity in business in modernBritain and financial effects it places on the economy.To evaluate the measures and practices implemented in business establishments formental well-being and capacity.1|P a g e
1828644/1To compare and analyse the standard work practices for those who suffer from mentaldisabilities, to legislation and regulations and if these standards are actually practised byreviewing tribunal cases.To understand the contribution of management and leadership approaches to mentalhealth outcomes in work place affecting long term cost settlements in out of court andimplanting adequate training.Research problemMental disabilities have been one of the major and significant public health issuesaffecting a good number of individuals. Though existing researches emphasis on the issue fromthe perspective of health disorders and discussion prioritizes only on social and health carecontext. However, a very limited emphasis is given to correlation between these mentaldisabilities and organizations. It has been observed that individuals with mental disabilities oftenexperience challenges in intellectual functions like learning ability, problem solving anddecisions making(Chong and et.al., 2016).Their adaptive behaviour such as communication andinteractive skills are also influenced by these disabilities(Barnay, 2016). When leaders ormanagement is not aware of these considerations then they can have less effective evaluation ofindividual and may fail to identify the need of organizational change.Thus ineffective responses towards the psychological needs of employees are not judgedproperlyby work organisations. It reduces the capabilities and efficiencies of the employees.The findings from the study will help to overcome the issues of work place inefficiency to agreat extent. The majority of problems faced by the organizations can be resolved by addressingand identifying the mental disabilities which makes individual doubts their capabilities(Scheff,2017). These disorders can make individual less confident and focused thus for sustaining highprofessional outcomes the study can provide suitable solutions through its findings.Research questionWhat is the prevalence of mental health issues in UK work organizations?What are the possible management responses to mental health issues in UK workplace?What relationship, if any, exists between prevalence of, and management of, mentalhealth issues and organizational performance in the UK?2|P a g e
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