Tag Archives: ethics

What is a freeloader person?

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
I coach a team (that my child is on) and help to organize team necessities, including team payments. Last year, a child on our team lost a parent and grandparent in quick…

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Social Workers Don’t Operate in a Vacuum – Articles of a Career Journal

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
I love the Opt Ed section of the paper. I believe we all need to write at least one letter on something we’re passionate about in our lifetime. In saying that, I…

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Best Farm to Table

I came across the sign above today at my favorite outdoor farmer’s market. It truly made me laugh out loud and shake my head. For those of you who can’t read the sign, it reads “organic broccoli 79 cent lb … Continue reading

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Ethical Issues in Educational Supervision

“Canceling next week’s supervision meeting. I simply don’t have anything to discuss. Your check is in the mail. Look forward to you signing off on my clinical hours.” I reread the emailed, stunned that this individual thought they could pay … Continue reading

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Life’s Appointment

“According to a trusted colleague, one of my employees recently called in sick when he was actually taking a trip to the beach. Although “Greg” is a bright guy with lots of potential, I have previously had some concerns about … Continue reading

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