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This report is concerned with the ethical practices of Biedronka ("Ladybird" in Polish), the largest supermarket chain in Poland. The report carries out a critical evaluation of the company's current engagement with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) agenda and identifies key ethical issues for the organisation. In particular this report looks at the record of employee grievances regarding forced overtime under threat of dismissal, falsifying of records to deny overtime payments...
There are two separate views relating to leadership styles: one view holds that leaders are born. The qualities they embody are unlimited. Other concept is that in order to emerge as leaders, humans need to work hard and develop these qualities (Golden 2010, 66-75). The "great man" theory demonstrates the previous concept and explains that the leaders intrinsically possess personality traits. This concept assumes that a leader naturally possess the required skills that allows him to...
Sales ethics is an important part of business ethics and sales force's choices also could have some influences on company when facing such ethics dilemma in their daily work. In commercial practices, sales persons are always far away from normal company work environment and should work independently. When compared to other personnel, including market management personnel, researchers, advertising planners, and consumers, the sales force are more likely to face unethical dilemma (Weeks and...
Coca Cola is a very identifiable company. Attractiveness is one of its superior strengths that is in effect unrivaled. Coca Cola is known very well worldwide. Its logo is clear and easily acknowledged. Without hesitation, no drink company can stand up to Coca Cola's social popularity position. Some people purchase coke, not only for its taste, but because they feel like they are part of a worldwide group. At the other end of the spectrum, certain individuals choose not to drink coke, based...
International Business Economic Development is the development of economic wealth of countries for the well-being of their population. Economic development is an effort to improve the economic well-being and the quality of life of the nation by creating or retaining incomes. The countries pass through various stages of economic development.Economic Development stages of MexicoOn the basis of purchasing power parity and the GDP, Mexico is the 12th largest economy in the world. The history of...
This section consists of eight questions, survey on QESHMS-Major barriers or obstacles faces by contractor. Total 108 respondents surveyed, the detailed discussion, bar charts and discussion on results will be discussed for each question. And also the respondent's comments on this questionnaire section will be summarised at end of this section.5.7.1 Question 4.1The effectiveness of QEHS Management is reduced due to language and communication barriers between QEHS System Manager and site...
In the absence of competition Caterpillar's equipment were highly priced and the stakeholders were reaping the maximum wealth. Employees were getting higher pay, pay hikes and bonuses while the shareholders were getting the high rates on their equity. This has lead to three years consecutive losses. The new appointed CEO- George Schaefer took the command of change in the organization. There were various factors which contributed the background to the change in the company. The bureaucratic...
Employee turnover is when employees leave an organization voluntarily or involuntarily. The high cost of employee turnover is one reason why recruitment and retention is important. Experts estimate the average cost of turnover to be equivalent to one year's salary. There are some common costs associated with having to replace employees. Tangible costs of recruiting new employees include advertising, screening, interviewing, orientation and training, new employee setup, and travel. "It...
INTRODUCTION Human Resource function in an organization represents a vital part in ensuring a company's ability to manage its human and other resources effectively and efficiently, reducing its business risk and maintaining smooth business operations. In simple terms, the role of a human resource function is to maximize the return on investment in the organization's human capital and minimize financial risk. The concept of reducing business risk such as employee fraudulent activities, asset...
The importance of international business and exporting for SMEs: Challenges of Dubai companies that want to export their products to the UK.1.2 INTRODUCTIONDubai is located in Asia and forms part of the UAE it is the second largest country of the federation but has the largest population with an estimated population of 1,450,000. Dubai has changed dramatically over the last three decades, becoming a major business centre with a more dynamic and diversified economy. Dubai enjoys a strategic...