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    Changes In Factory Farming

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    feeding the livestock food they were not intended to eat corn and the remains of other animals. In contrast, farming in the 1700’s typically included animals eating grass (in which they were built to eat), living on an open range farm, and treating the animals with respect. These changes came about due to an increase in demands for meat as well as the desire for more money. Many Americans are oblivious to the changes that have been made in…

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    “When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves” (Frankl 112). Over the past four decades, fast food has invaded every single corner of America. Fast food restaurants are present in museums, shopping malls, along the streets, and even near historical monuments. Fast food has blended into the backdrop of our nation, one that was once filled with beautiful landscapes and is now polluted by city lights and concrete jungles. Progress comes with a dark…

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    prepared, juicy, and satisfying are some words people may use to describe fast food. On the other hand, some may say it is greasy, unhealthy, and unflavorful. The fast food industry is responsible for a number of issues that they create that affect people’s lives. The main ethical issues of the fast food industry are poor food quality, dangerous working conditions, and advertising to children, especially in schools. The fast food industry originally stemmed from southern California, the perfect…

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    This paper analyzes multiple concepts within operations management to be implanted within Tyson Food, Inc. A brief organizational setting and history of the company is provided. The concepts evaluated are customer value, voice of the customer, competitiveness, balanced scorecard, economies of scale and scope, process control, service quality, and supplier relationships. Each concept is briefly discussed objectively and defined for the benefit of Tyson Food, Inc. The implementation of each…

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    taken big strides to take over the fast food industry and make people require more than the usual. Chipotle has made people realize that even though the food is fast, it can still be good quality and actually be made carefully unlike most other places. This one of the leading reasons people are willing to pay more for their food because they know they are getting some of the best food around. So, making an advertising campaign for this company was a no brainer when it comes to other companies.…

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    The pet food industry has grown throughout the years, where more food products have come out by different commercial companies that explore the idea of pet food as nutritious and healthy but do we really know what the food product contains? There are millions of pet owners who feed their pets commercial food, which they think is “safe and nutritious” as the labels conceive them to be, but hidden combinations of ingredients are causing pet consumers to get serious side effects, which is also…

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    values; soon as this issue was brought to my attention, I know an action plan had to be created. II. Description of how you developed and chose the course of action to address the situation. Without singling any individuals out, I wanted to educate the entire organization on the term ‘whistleblower’ and how several laws protect the act of whistleblowing today. This term is defined in an online article titled, “Whistleblower” as, “Anyone who has and reports insider knowledge of illegal…

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    employers, colleagues, service users, carers and the public expect of them. I implement these by giving all of my staff a copy of the codes of practice as part of their induction package. The Code of Practice for Employers of Social Care Workers sets down the responsibilities of employers in the regulation of social care workers. The code requires that employers adhere to the standards set out in their code, support social care workers in meeting their code and take appropriate action when…

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    Also an example of breaking health and safety procedures is cables hanging out people could trip over them and hurt themselves or could electrocute themselves. A lot of employers will look for health and safety training as it is very serious the Health and Safety Act 1974 which tries to make sure that the health and safety of the employees in the workplace will be safe and to a high standard where no one will be in danger or get hurt. A software developer might have wires or computers hanging…

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    Really Have True Privacy

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    This is not well enforced and this right is often overlooked. Even on the internet the privacy of Americans is nonexistent and everyone’s information is out there and available for anyone to see. Some people may not think that this is true. This is a growing threat to the privacy of the American People with the way that the government is going about getting peoples information, and how the laws need to be updated to accommodate this. Privacy was an important right to our founding fathers and…

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