(Solution) CIPD 5C003 human and business benefits of people feeling included, valued, and fairly treated at work linking to related theory (AC 2.1)


By embrace of an inclusive work practices, this ensure that all people despite of their characteristic/diversity are included in making decisions and initiating relevant interventions. For example, considering persistent organisation absenteeism, this can be noted to be elicited by issues such as overworking, poor work relations and people interests of achieving work-life balance (CIPD, 2022).
An appropriate policy to manage the absenteeism issue in MNGHA has in the past involved a shifting of their work arrangement. The outcome of this is ensuring that employees are working in specified hours weekly if they have managed to achieve their roles.
For a period of one week, employees are required to work in an approximately 12 hours daily, four days and resting in 3 days. This is rotationally implemented where the employees working during the day in one week are supposed to work at night in subsequent week. The made decision of the working plan and structure used is in line with the need for collaboration of different professionals in various departments such as marketing and sales teams.
For ensuring that the solution is all inclusive, the organisation engages different nurses, healthcare practitioners, social working employees and subordinate employees. The outcome of this is all people ideas and input prioritised in the planning process (Patrucco et al, 2020). Through the application of Mendelow Matrix Tool, all the stakeholders are included in designing the policy which guarantee all stakeholders interests integration.
For collecting enough data regarding the varying stakeholders needs, different approaches could be applied including interview, focus groups and observations. The use of the identified approaches is core for sourcing enough information both qualitatively and quantitative for appropriate decision making.

From the point of successfully implementing the policy/initiative, the last phase include its evaluation and monitoring. This is inclusive of what Deveci et al. (2022) as all people ideas and input prioritised in the process of making sure that all people ideas and input are included in the process.

For sourcing detailed information pertaining to the needs of stakeholders, various approaches are used including surveys, and interviews. The outcomes obtained by using these approaches is what Kuzior et al. (2022) identify as sourcing of numerical data and opinions which are further statistically analysed.

The interviews are also relevant for application in sourcing for the stakeholders varying opinions and different qualitative types of data. The intention of this is improving the comprehensive nature of the monitoring and evaluation process. The information sourced by use of these approaches is applicable to develop appropriate approaches for improvements.