How working relationship is different to personal relationships.
The difference between a working and personal relationship is that a working relationship has boundaries and professional codes of conduct, employer policies and procedures. In work relationships you would expect to be friendly and have a different approach treat with equality, and know my role and responsibility, and not to share information as I would with friends. Also a working relationship has no emotional attachment and is primary around my role where as a personal relationship as an emotional attachment due to having family and personal friends which are not work related.
Different working relationships in health and social care settings.
Working relationships in health and social care setting comes under 3 types policy making, administrate and hands on staff. All this starts with policy making has they have to know everything from law to the public sector and will delicate the job implementing decisions to the administration team who then will work out the correct forms and charts procedures for action and reporting back. All hands on staff then will implement these procedures in their daily jobs.
Working in ways that are agreed with the employer
Why it’s important to adhere to the agreed scope of the job role.
It is important to adhere to the scope of my job role as this sets out boundaries in my job role and enables me to know my role and responsibilities. Knowing my own level of competence and skills. If someone was to ask me to do another job role it wouldn’t be ok to do so unless I have had the training for that role as it could cause myself injury and others around me if I was to do that role without the training needed.