Men and women had unequal pay scales and workers were fired when they tried to start a union. Therefore, the student wanted licensees to agree to pay workers enough to live on and disclose the locations of all of their factories. Next, another disadvantages of globalization is local brands and businesses in poorer developing countries cannot survive. Once those international big brand started opening their outlets in the poorer countries, people are tend to purchase those branded products as they are having international image and high reputation. Local brands have not stable in the market and not enough capital and ability to compete with the international brands.
However, many people argues that urban poor represent a force for revolutionary change. Therefore, according to Teitz & Chapple (1998) emphasize that Inner-city poverty is a reflection of the inadequate human capital of the labor force, which results in lower productivity and inability to compete for employment in emerging sectors that pay adequate wages. And also Inner-city poverty is the result of profound structural economic shifts that have eroded the competitive position of the central cities in the industrial sectors that historically provided employment for the working poor, especially minorities. Thus demand for their labor has declined disastrously. Initially, the process was driven primarily by technological and market changes that rendered inner-city locations for manufacturing less profitable (Vernon, 1960).
Additionally, Nike Inc. entered a globalized market because the organization had a solid financial base that could support its factories abroad. Though critics argued that Nike implemented a cheap labor policy to manufacture its products, nevertheless, without a stable financial base, it would have been difficult to globalize the organization. In a related development, Nike’s presence in the globalized market encourages a massive inequality in the society. While suppliers were much better off, the laborers were worse off and the organization looks the other way because it was part of doing a business in the globalized market. So, it is fair to say that entering a global market costs Nike Inc. its reputation so to
Nearly 1 billion people are employed by the fashion industry worldwide, the majority of whom live and work in peril, unjust and austere conditions. In garment factories in countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan, Cambodia, Brazil and even Mexico the people who make our clothes live in poverty. They work long hours for very little pay. Because many garment factories are located in poor, developing countries, such as Bangladesh and Cambodia, a culture of trade unions is often non-existent and workers are banned from collective bargaining with authorities for fairer wages and working conditions. With growing living costs in housing, food, clothing, education, transport and healthcare, the minimum wages set by their governments simply is not enough.
Title: “The Influences of Unscheduled Absenteeism in the Workplace and business growth of MAGSIGE MPC” Introduction Absenteeism is an employee's intentional or habitual absence from work. While employers expect workers to miss a certain number of workdays each year, excessive absences can equate to decreased productivity and can have a major effect on company finances, morale and other factors. It has been the problem of companies nowadays on the high rate of unscheduled absenteeism of their employees. This means that employees failed to apply for a leave application due to emergency situations that arise such as sick days, disability, calamities, death of immediate family and alike. Other employees miss work for a variety of reasons, many of which are legitimate and others less so.
Globalisation has brought new ways of production which do not require significant labour force and because of that the number of employed people declined. Changing trends in employment The processes of informalization of jobs during the past decades affected both high and low-income countries. This process has given rise to the employment
Many years of work in aviation, and with its related stress, has finally reflected on my health. I do not have a retirement income and social benefits are much lower due to higher taxes, larger number of pensioners (overpopulation) and damaged global economy, which does not allow me to live a decent rest of my life. For example, occasional travel to exotic countries, or visiting far living family members few times a year is financially impossible. Population in EU countries has enormously increased since the beginning of the 21st century due to overconsumption of water supplies and with it related agriculture problems in some Third World countries, which led to food shortages. And also, due to still ongoing ethno-religious conflicts in certain regions.
The issue of sustainment for many business has been quite a problem, partial due to the poverty issue, high inflation rate and issues with investing in a business. For instance, the business Williamson Industries closed its factory in 2008 that had been operating since 1960. Williamson Industries was a manufacturer of Dickies clothing. When it closed over 700 employees lost their jobs. The issues were the increased competition from global clothing companies ie.
Also it founds in most of the business & many cases that the 80% 0f casual absence of lost days are not supported by any sort of medical certificate or note. Absenteeism causes a significant effect in the economy. Due to the lost productivity, companies may have to hire a temporary worker or pay overtime to other workers in order to recover the lost output. Completion time of job may increase, increase of customer dissatisfaction, negative effect in sales, confidence & morale of present employee may lost, key employee may leave the job due to frustration & heavy work pressure. Although some steps is being taken to avoid absence management, many rules, regulation & policies are takes place for better controlling of workplace
“.More companies went in closer. Many people were running jobless.” Jagan rubbed his plums. “Situation went out of control with in a few days.” Jagan rubbed his palms. “After,few days some workers started saying that the union leaders and volunteers were manipulating food articles. In our slum many families felt in tremendous condition.