Consequently, this can be a problem for the citizens’ livelihood since they have to pay for tax for this system and another usual taxes. Also, it is unfair for some people who have to pay health care for someone who they aren’t even related to them and did not work at all. Another negative impact of universal health care is loss of morality. For instance, some people will take advantage of free health care, and don’t care about their health or tend to act risky which can lead to some serious injuries. This can lead to a greater spending on the health care system.
The provision of health service on public health arises from the private sector’s focus on operational policy rather than allocate efficiency. This result in inequities (Simon & Phua, 2011). In addition, private providers lack experience with vulnerable populations. Competition in the private sectors also makes the building of alliances difficult (Simon & Phua, 2011). The quality of care such as facilities and equipment, the clinical practice and competency of providers as well as the ancillary staff will decrease.
Moreover, I will conclude my essay by writing my point of view about globalization and professional ethics. To begin with, in order to understand how globalization could play a major role in developing professional ethics. First of all, we have to understand the definition of professional ethics, which is defined as a personal, organizational and operate standards of behavior expected by professionals. There are many examples for professional ethics such as honesty, integrity, transparency, accountability, confidentiality, objectivity, obedience to the law and so on. Globalization has developed many of these examples, but at the same time, it affects these examples negatively.
Expanding our human geographical knowledge is a positive and significant way of tackling a large scale and ongoing issue in the world today; consumption and commodity fetishism. By recognising time space compression and a global village, the complexity of care and by highlighting various examples of unethical production of commodities we can start to understand the difficulties we, as the consumer, have been inflicting on producers, tradespeople and farmers worldwide. However, correcting the detrimental affect consumers are obliviously having on these lives’ is not a simple task due to globalisation and the capitalist trading world we live in. Looking at procedures of ethical consumption like fair trade are ways which other companies should
This article basically highlights the major and critical ethical issues in the business domain and how that many companies are following these codes of conduct. The lack of international ethics as made the fall of business development in our era. The host and home companies are falling in growth only because of not paying attention to these factors. There is a need of some basic rules or regulations that bring the entire international business world on a proper systematic platform. By following these ethical rules, disputes between many companies can be resolved as well as the employees would be satisfied in the workplace.
But it is a phenomenon that is widespread in today’s society: fear of responsibility (KPMG NV, 2008). The fear from assuming responsibility for one’s actions exist because we do not want to repeat a traumatic experience that came about because of mistakes once made (Boshoff, W., 2010). Fear of failure or making a mistake often causes employees to avoid taking responsibility for their actions. The hypegiaphobic person could be self-indulgent, neglecting all responsibilities, to the expense of others. Background of the Study Globally, leaders need to view the new ever-connected world and the corresponding changes to business because directing an economy nowadays is completely different than it was ten, thirty, or fifty years ago.
According to Bhuyan (2010) even if consumers do belong to a certain cultural context, they are still very different in terms of their needs, attitudes, preferences, behaviour, tastes and motivation which presents a significant variation even after the consumers are confronted with a significant globalization wave. Bhuyan (2010) also explained how consumers and the government in eastern cultures accomplished globalization which is a good example of global orientated way of thinking that can be grown in a particular way with less consequences towards the consumers’ behaviour. Nevertheless, the consumers’ reluctance towards buying foreign products could be lowered by the product quality level perceived by the consumer, diminishing consumers’ ethnocentrism, and indirectly cultivating an opened and global way of thinking (Suh and Kwon
Companies which were merely using older mediums found a decrease in their profits and sales and hence, had to expand their marketing activities. This fragmentation of the market communication channels and the methods used by people to communicate paved the way to the development of this term of IMC. Another important aspect about this theory is that cultural changes impact its implementation. As has been mentioned in the articles presented above, different companies operating in different cultural environments have different acceptance rate of methods of IMC. This can be understood from the fact that IMC may be accepted by companies but it is not possible to implement it effectively across all the subsidiaries of the company.
Hyperglobalist believes that the power of individual governments is weakening as a whole, and that globalization has weakened the ability of individual governments to regulate the economy. (WEB Tiffany, Adams). So it makes the transnational governance organizations become increasingly important. There are some people play against the globalization. The protesters claim that globalization is bad for poor people in poor countries.
So we have to compete with people who have way lower standards of living and can work for way less pay. This really annoys a lot of people in the US and that 's why we have a lot of calls for less in the way of free trade. Following this further, Globalization means different things to different people and so it is used in different ways in the literature. Otherwise, understood as a process of integration not only in economy of nations, but also their culture, technology and governance.More explicitly, perhaps, this refers to a process of economic growth, increasing