Diminishing Mental Health: Violations of workers’ rights and expectations to follow policies demanding inhumane mistreatment of children

Abstract In this article, the author provides an analysis of the likely negative impacts on the mental health of children being held as undocumented immigrants in detention centers in the United States. Their psychological trauma involves isolation, separation anxiety, scopophobia, and fear of abandonment called “abandonment neurosis.” Children are being forcefully separated from their parents […]

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The Importance of Applied Ethics: The San Bruno and Manchester Workplace Killings

One of the crucial aspects of applying ethics is the workplace. The workplace is a complex environment because of a variety of behaviours.  There are multiple roles of the actors at work. Different goals, methods and attitudes can often lead to several types of conflicts. Global political and economic doctrines, such as Capitalism, Marxism, Socialism […]

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Appearance and Color: Improving your position of control in the workplace

When you’re dealing with a difficult circumstance in the workplace, it’s common to feel trapped as if there’s “nothing” you can do.  However, this is rarely the case. There are always things under your control that you can use to begin improving your position. Applying color to yourself at work has been a historically tested […]

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