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Non-compete agreements can be great to protect a company, but they can also limit employee opportunities and hold back the economy. Do you think non-compete agreements are reasonable or trample on the rights of employees?
It is usually accepted that climate change happens and affects oceans
and Earth as an ecosystem. This further may influence the economy in
various countries and ultimately the lives of the people living there.
Business was screaming about a bad economy. So the government got the oil industry to fake the shortage and price increases so they could raise the prices. For the first time the price of diesel fuel was twice the price of regular gas.This then caused the transportation industry to up there prices to recover there costs. Of course when prices got to over $ 4.00 per gallon a grocery prices and everything else went up to cover the higher cost of transportation cost. The government then had them bring the prices down to normal but not one company has lowered the prices they raised...And with this simple con job they were able to allow the business world to increase profits and ensure they would stay on the companies bribery roles....
Well, which one would it be?If you were hiring and narrowed the applicants down to two women, one who attended and all girls college and the other a regular college, i.e. non gender denominated college, and given that everything else is the same with them qualification-wise, likeability, experience and background, etc- who would you hire and why?
Would you ever leave a food server an insulting "LOL" tip for poor service due to circumstances that necessarily may not have been the fault of the food server?http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2015/08/24/waitress-taunting-note-no-tip/32253245/#cx_ab_test_id=13&cx_ab_test_variant=cx&cx_art_pos=1&cx_navSource=sechi-news&cx_tag=segcf&cx_ctrl_comp_grp=false&cxrecs_s
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This claim is used often by supporters of both theories and it's totally bogus. Humans are neither the egotistic, selfish, dog-eat-dog competitors percieved by Hobbes and Machivelli, or the naturally good cooperators percieved by Rousseau and Marx. Human nature is simply too complex to be shoehorned into the tenants of an artifical economic theory. Sometimes competition is good, sometimes co-operation is good. Sometimes we're egotistic, sometimes we're altruistic. It's got nothing to do with either capitalism or communism.
MNCs - bane or boon for development? By Dinithi Thanthiriwatte Assistant Lecturer, Department of Commerce and Financial Management University of Kelaniya Multinational companies (MNCs) are believed to play a major role in the economies of developing countries. Ideally MNCs have contributed substantially towards the growth of developing countries.
MNC is most simply defined as a corporation or enterprise that conducts and controls productive activities in more than one country with the head office being established in a developed country. Big companies mostly from America, Europe and Japan but also increasingly from newly industrializing countries like South Korea, Taiwan and Brazil, create development opportunities. The issues created by these companies are serious ones that must be considered.
It is believed among many economists that MNCs fill various gaps within a host country's economy. The first and most often cited one is that, when domestic investment and savings doesn't meet the required rate of growth in the economy, the gap in investment is filled by the MNCs' investment.
Secondly when the targeted foreign exchange is not met by the net foreign exchange derived from imports and exports together with net public debt, the gap is constituted by MNCs' net exports and capital inflow. These giant companies also fill the gap between targeted government tax revenues and locally raised taxes. Lastly the gap of management skills, entrepreneurship and technological skills are believed to be filled by the MNCs.
In forming and/or managing a business, what should we possess -- a single skill that can be improved to have skills or a lot of skills in order to gain a single skill?