They are also working to reduce their operation carbon footprints. Legal factors include discrimination law, consumer law, antitrust law, employment law, and health and safety law. These factors can affect how a company operates, its costs, and the demand for its products. The government legislation and policies have a direct impact on the performance of the organization. For example the legislation that introduced a new tax on advertising highly processed and fatty foods.
If there are major gaps forecasted between our production capabilities and the customer demand, it would be wise to consider opening a new production line. If Soup King can generate more revenue from opening a new production line, and the automation process is solely fixed to produce our new size can of soup, we need to proceed with this addition to our manufacturing
1) Creating and enforcing a Supplier code of conduct which will describe the general value system of a Sainsbury supplier. 2) Institute a clause on sustainable practices and prompt its suppliers to engage in sustainable practices 3) Use Sainsbury’s purchasing power to empower and inspire suppliers to make the conscious decision to be more sustainable However, limitations due to government regulations are acknowledged along with Sainsbury’s ability to lobby the government for increased
• focus on low cost and differentiation strategy • reduce the upstream of supply cost • company should focus and change on the target market i.e. price sensitive and organic-health oriented market • marketing strategies should be applied more to the European market where people are more organic-food oriented • price-skimming strategy can be applied • value-base pricing can also be used • varied service can be opened like the online ordering and store-events • private label meat and seafood offerings can be increased Conclusion In this way John Mackey has proved the "leading by example" theory by incorporating the best practices and lesson learned. The company also focuses on the friendly and team-based environment and relates their mission and vision coherently so as to achieve their objectives. So by applying the above mentioned recommendations and future strategies the company can overcome its concern over the growing demand and supply and lack of resources. References Chairez, S. (2013, April 26).
This graph shows that so many people are getting the opportunity to live better lives. More and more people started getting jobs and making money so they can afford more things. After these new jobs, much more people could afford food and fresh water instead of nothing. Jobs at this time could be very dangerous along with the factories themselves, so that’s why reforms were made in order to make working conditions better and safer. Theodore Roosevelt said, “ The development of industrialism means that there must be an increase in the supervision exercised by the Government over business enterprise.” when industrialism grows, so do more laws.
Income inequality acts as a means to “wake people up” and make clear to them their need for higher education and more hard work to obtain more money, and thus, more success. As income inequality increased in China and America, there arose a correlation to the increase among men and women of all races and ethnic backgrounds. Despite the fact that income inequality could cause people to make poor decisions and make them insecure in society, income inequality improves the economic systems in America and other parts of the world by serving as a motivation for people to achieve much greater things in the desires of changing their station in life for a happier
Economic growth means an increase in real GDP. This increase in real GDP means there is an increase in the value of national output / national expenditure. The benefits of economic growth include: Higher average incomes. This enables consumers to enjoy more goods and services and enjoy better standards of living. Lower unemployment With higher output and positive economic growth firms tend to employ more workers creating more employment UK unemployment rises during a recession – falls during periods of economic growth.
Market capitalism is based on the ideas that occur because of profit incentive. The emergence of new ideas such as television, radio, and the internet have influenced the way in which business is being done. The government has a role to play in helping to establish and promote an equally competitive playing field in the capital markets. It is its responsibility to ensure that businesses are ethically and fairly operating in agreement with the relevant laws to promote society’s growth. In the United States, the government, to protect consumers from business practices that can cause harm to the society, has established the FDA and the CDC.
‘Fair Trade is a specific type of trading relationship in which buyers, generally, in the global North and producers in the South co-operate to provide a fair price/wage for the producers, and encourage consumers to make ethical decisions based on how products are produced’ (Le Mare, 2012: 96). “Whereas relations between supermarkets were once characterized by a policy of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’ regarding, say, pesticide use and labour conditions, now supermarkets do ask, and suppliers must tell all about the production process: what chemicals are used, how the labour is clothed, housed, fed and supplied with health care; how the environment is protected. All this information is required in addition to the data required to assure product ‘traceability’” (Freidberg, 2010:
By establishing new jobs and starting new business, the rising demand of labor and a steady development in the economy could be expected. More importantly, the native-born will gain more advantages than the immigrants since these new jobs are more likely going to native-born workers. A recent study by McLaren and Hong found that each new immigrant created around 1.2 new jobs that most of them went to native-born employees (2015). On a whole, immigrants will result in a bigger economy with higher rate of