Case Study Denso

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1. OSHA-Ranking 5
2. Department of Labor-ranking 5
3. Suppliers-Ranking 5
4. Bosch-Ranking 3
5. Denso
6. Aisin SEIKI Co. LTD-ranking 2
7. Local University-ranking 4
8. Chamber of Commerce- ranking 4
9. Community-5

The reason OSHA is necessary is “to assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education, and assistance” (Labor, 2017). Next, is the Department of Labor, which:
“fosters and promotes the welfare of the job seekers, wage earners, and retirees of the United States by improving their working conditions, advancing their opportunities for profitable employment, protecting their retirement and health care benefits, helping employers
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If the vendor has quality, shipping, or labor problems. Consequently, this would affect Denso’s ability to produce parts. Thus, Denso would start to miss shipments until these issues are corrected, or a new supplier is located. Next, there are the competitors, which are Bosch and Aisin SEIKI Co. LTD. Lastly, there is local universities, Chamber of Commerce, and the community. These are all important because with the company can partner with the local college to create a partnership for developing employees. The Chamber of Commerce; “supports the county’s existing businesses, recruits new businesses and industries, supports community development, enhances the quality of life in Blount County and fosters a productive relationship between the business and government communities” (Partnership, 2017). Finally, there is the community, which prospers from the jobs, which the organization provides for the area.
Labor, U. S. (2017, 04 23). Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy. Retrieved from United States Department of Labor:

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