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    product for $2000 on the assurance that the product would do as she needed Hannah has the right to claim remedies from Bolt. The ACL is in place to protect consumers and to avoid unfair business practices. As Bolt is an Australian company, they fall under the ACL and therefore must abide by the guarantees. The fact that Bolt has stated to their customers that they are not bound by the guarantees of the ACL is a huge contravention of the ACL and could cause the company to shut down. Hannah has been wrongfully mislead by Bolt and is entitled for remedies For Hannah this has caused severe disruptions to her usual schedule and has impacted her ability to perform daily tasks. The fact that Hannah was led to believe and given certain assurance and guarantees that the Bolt computer would last the whole day at University to then die within 4 hours would have caused Hannah emotional grief and disappointment as well as putting her out of her way in attempting to return the computer whilst looking to get a new replacement computer that will fulfil her needs. Hannah could take legal action against and have a legitimate case to receive…

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    Having an ethical behavior is a golden rule that makes both individuals and corporations become successful. Especially for corporations, it is really essential to maintain an ethics-focused decision regardless of its profitability, size or industry. Everything can be seen from two sides and this suggests that any decision might bring either positive or negative impacts. When ethical decisions are not carried out, oneself or stakeholders might be influenced in various aspects. In order to be…

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    feeling of too much involvement by the government on issues to do with labor-management relations. Enforcement of the Taft-Harley Act emanates from the NLRB which utters that the president to appoint a counsel responsible for hearing the forwarded hearings for the Union. Background of LMRA Taft-Hartley is one of the pioneers of the more than 250 related bills to Labor Unions with some amended after passing them and others pending with others discarded. After WWII, 25 percentile of the workforce…

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    Gap Inc Is Inhumane

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    designed products using the color and the word “Red”. Partial profit will be donated to give support to those who are diagnosed with AIDS. Despite its claim of supporting the community through several mediums that we have stated before, Gap is still reported as one of the retailers that do not practice transparency in some of its practices. This could be seen in its unfair labor practices in several parts of the world, over charging plus-size apparel and ordering Gap workers to purchase and wear…

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    social media policies. First Alert Medical Response Case Study From a manager’s perspective, the moment that Nelson posted comments on her Facebook page that both criticized her manager and demonstrated prejudice against psychiatric patients, she opened herself up to disciplinary action. After all, First Alert’s Employee Handbook prohibited employees from making disparaging comments pertaining to supervisors or making any depictions of the organization on the internet without prior approval.…

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    Secondly, the company had a problem with the photographs. The business stated that the union created an atmosphere of fear and coercion by taking pictures. Two employees stated that they were troubled or felt funny about their photos being taken. The company alleged, with a possible union win, that the employees believed that the union would use these recordings for future retaliation. On the other hand, the union responded that photographing might suggest a retaliatory purposes but it…

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    in Berfield) Berfield stated that “The details of Walmart’s efforts during the first year it confronted OUR Walmart are described in more than 1,000 pages of e-mails, reports, playbooks, charts, and graphs, as well as testimony from its head of labor relations at the time. The documents were produced in discovery ahead of a National Labor Relations Board hearing into OUR Walmart’s allegations of retaliation against employees who joined protests in June 2013.” Walmart stands behind their…

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    A review in Harvard Business noted “a lesson the war taught us is we can increase the productivity of a workforce through the reorganization of the work itself and through careful selection of people to do this kind of job and that kind of job” (Folts, 1951) which is a different perspective than back in the height of the Industrial Era, where any and all were trained for factory jobs. Folts also mentioned “trying to keep the skilled people exclusively on skilled jobs and utilizing the unskilled…

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    Ppac Case Study

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    Introduction and Purpose of Paper PAC a small business located in the upper Midwest builds high quality special equipment for a niche market the company founder created. PAC prides itself on American built components never offshoring manufacturing company production. The company sells eighty three percent of its specialized components to a single manufacturer in the IT market. In the current down turn of the world economy and declining sales PAC must take actions to maintain its current…

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    National Labor Relations Act was born to protect employees from employers and to establish a balance of bargaining power between the two. Carrell & Heavrin, (2013) also notes the NLRA acts to minimize industrial strife interfering with the normal flow of congress. (p. 31) The role of the NLRB is to oversee most labor relation activities within the private sector and to enforce the National Labor Relations Act. (Carrell & Heavrin, 2013, p. 31) The National Labor Relations Board has exclusive…

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