The federal government’s absolute control over the TSA makes airline travel inefficient because adjusting the administration’s budget for more screeners, technology, and research is difficult and slow to develop. The security lines in airports are more often than not long and slow and there is no obvious solution that would make the TSA more efficient. Author Julia Zorthian of Time magazine claimed that the TSA blames passengers: “They carry on too many bags, which causes delays, and sometimes ignore small steps like having their IDs and boarding passes ready what would expedite the security process”. There is an unfortunate distribution of blame between the federal government and the consumers. The federal administration of airport security isn’t beneficial to either party; the federal government is responsible for drafting a budget of $7.4 Million dollars which adds to the national debt and the consumers are being subjected to inconvenient and intrusive screening processes (Zorthian 1).
The airline has already seen some action taken against them online and economically. The app for the airline was previously seen as a relatively decent app. However, after this event, the rating tanked and became as low as it can possibly be on iTunes, stagnating at 1.1 stars out of five. Social media attacked the airline and the CEO of United Airlines had to come out and apologize about the incident. The most harmful thing to the airline is the health of its stock.
TSA has a major design flaw. Because TSA has a dual role, it creates a serious conflict of interest. According to Ybarra (2013), “All other aspects of airport security—access control, perimeter control, lobby control, etc.—are the responsibility of the airport, under TSA’s regulatory supervision. But for screening, TSA regulates itself.” Although its arms- length regulation is a good government principle, TSA’s self-regulation is problematic. As a result, many wonder whether TSA, is serious about it performance problems of its workplace because news has been broadcasted about TSA’s lack of workplace performance.
Through my analysis, the main stakeholders such as the management will be quite affected since they will lose their credibility and profit by many loyal and regular customers leaving. Profit is the most important thing management always focuses on to bring above their costs and if there is any strike or huge amounts of boycotting, the management will be in trouble. Not is very important for business as it’s a special tool for marketing and customer benefits. In addition, the employee will be affected for most since many have already lost their and possibly in the future can lose their jobs. This goes for mainly full-time employees because it may be their only source of income that can give them a decent living to support themselves and their families.
For example, the organization must airlift completed parts to customers to shorten delivery times in the face of production delays. This method is significantly expensive compared to routine shipment methods. Another issue that bedevils the organization is low employee motivation and engagement. Employees are generally lethargic and unenthusiastic about their work. They do not work autonomously without pressure and supervision of managers (Beer & Collins, 2008).
Threats: FlyDubai just like any other business faces threats to its existence. For instance, with the global financial crisis and later the Eurozone crisis, the number of travellers has significantly reduced due to economic hardships. This has affected the profit levels of the airline as well as slowed down its growth prospects. The airline also faces intense competition from other low cost airlines forcing it to extensively invest in product differentiation to counter the competition. This is an expensive
To conclude, the Great Depression wasn’t just a fail in the stock market, it was a combination of social and economic factors. Isolationism, made us overproduce and under consume, which resulted in a loss of jobs and money. Consumerism led people to buying expensive things that they don’t need and regretting it later. The Great Depression not only affected business but also everyday Americans. In all of American history, the Great Depression was the worst economic collapse that severely affected
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