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why is it important for a social care worker to seek feedback on performance

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asked Aug 13, 2013 in Healthcare Reform by anonymous
   

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Having the responsibility of tending to the lives of people is not to be taken as just another daytime job. There are rules and guidelines to being a socialworker and just as people will play games to manipulate the system and gain more than others, the feedback from supervisors and individuals will prevent abuse of the system and aid socialworkers not aware of fraudulent activity they may have to answer to. Feedback is an invaluable learning tool in discovering alternatives and options not known before. Job performance reaches a higher level of personal satisfaction and help for recipients ceases frustrations of hardships turning to socialworkers into people and not a representative of the system.
answered Aug 14, 2013 by The.Sage Inquisitive Expert (93,460 points)

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