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Friday, 23 June 2017

Explain the possible consequences of not actively complying with legislation and codes of practice relating to diversity, equality, inclusion and discrimination in adult social care settings

The most possible consequences of not actively complying equality, diversity, inclusions and discrimination legislations are to be investigated by Care Quality Commission (CQC) and shut down the business operations.


Let’s explore more. Before we consider involvement of CQC, there are more possible consequences for a company will experience from other partners. Equality, diversity, inclusion and discrimination are not just only a piece of legislation, but also codes of ethics for a business. Codes of ethics are the moral value or belief of a business. It means that what is a business’ viewpoint or stand on those beliefs about equal pay, rights, respecting ethnic values, disability and anti-discrimination practices. And these codes of ethics are vital to partner with other businesses such as local authority, suppliers, National Health Service (NHS), General Practitioner (GP) and agencies. These partners may not start or continue to partnership with a business, for not having same codes of ethics. So a business cannot be operational until complying with legislation and codes of ethics relating to diversity, equality, inclusion and discrimination. 

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