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The Behavior Analyst and the Workplace (Guideline 6)

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  1. The Behavior Analyst and the Workplace (Guideline 6) Presented by: Nicola Schneider

  2. Guideline 6- B.A. working in Business and Industry (OBM & PM) • Adheres to job commitments • Proper training-“adequately prepared” to consult for organizations • Asses employee interactions prior to intervention • Develop well thought out interventions that benefit management and employees • “enhance the well-being of employees” (e.g. higher rates of performance increase in injury) • Resolves conflict within the BACB Guidelines for Responsible Conduct

  3. Job Commitments (6.01) • Contract with employing agency • Follow through with agreements made • Commitments to specific organizations

  4. Assessing Employee Interactions (6.02) • Assess behavior-environment interactions- Done prior to intervention- room for correction  controls for extraneous variables • Environmental issues Management correction  Propose intervention

  5. Preparing for Consultation (6.03) • Specialized training in the business/industry setting • Programming differs from human services settings  coursework and practicum settings Case Example 68: Frederick (Bailey & Burch, 2005, p. 133)

  6. Employees Interventions (6.04) • Hired by management to solve emploee performance problems • Interventions that are developed benefit management AND employees

  7. Employee Health and Well Being (6.05) • Interventions must enhance the health and well being of employees… NOT harm them! • Motivation to be more productive  risk for injury or illness • Working faster  ignoring safety standards Case Example 70: Peter B. (Bailey & Burch, 2005, p. 135)

  8. Conflicts with Organizations (6.06) • B.A. take Ethics seriously • Explain high ethical standards Demands of organization conflict with these Guidelines… • Clarify the nature of the conflict • Make known the commitment to these guidelines • Resolve conflict in a way that adheres to the guidelines in the best possible way Case Example 71: Heather (Bailey & Burch, 2005, p. 136)

  9. References Bailey, J. & Burch, M. (2005). Ethics for Behavior Analysts. New York: Routledge.