Hospital's owners Castlebeck, apologised and suspended 13 employees. NHS South West said it was "appalled" and the Care Quality Commission said there was an "unforgivable error of judgement" in not investigating earlier abuse claims. Hillcroft Care Home, Lancashire - Research In October 2012 six care workers were arrested in connection with abuse in Hillcroft Care Home near Lancashire. The police were called into the home of May that year, after a complaint from staff. Five nurses and one matron
When you are late to anything, whether it be a formation or appointment, it goes against nearly all of these values that are instilled in all soldiers. All soldiers are supposed to display the ability to be an effective leader at all time. This is impossible if you are late. For example, if you are a Specialist promotable and late to a few formations that is noticed by the privates around you. Once you make Sergeant they are going to remember those times you were late and question your ability as a leader.
On Law 218 (Doc E) if a doctor fails a surgery on a free man he hands are to be severed off just like that. This is so unfair to the doctor because he has to guarentee a perfect surgery every time which would never happen. Law 196 (Doc E) states that if a man hurts another man in any way he is allowed to do the same back to him. This law is so unreasonable because it teaches everybody to be so violent and uncivilized. What ever happened to the bigger person or the better role model.
It is in our hour that we fully entrust our safety, our family, our investments, and everything that we consider valuable to us. In other words, our house is like a bank that is being guarded twenty four hours by armed guards who are ready to pull the trigger to any intruder who intends to steal or to stage a hold up. In this context, the guards are licensed to kill criminals with the purpose of staging criminal activities. With out that blanket authority, they could never carryout their duty effectively as criminals will not pay any respect to them and banks will not be able to protect the people’s money deposited by their customers. The house as I
To a majority of the audience this seems ‘alright’, but to a former cast member in the Truman Show that gets too close to Truman ends up creating riots and protests against the show’s actions. The cast members know that Truman is the only one that isn’t acting, yet they accept the pay check that allows them to keep living their real lives as they lie to Truman. An innocent man that did not ask to be taken in and filmed since the second he was born up until his adult hood. He was kept as a prisoner in the largest TV studio in the world, always ‘sheltered’ from the outside world. One of the interviews that the director is in during the show, eposes the unreal life of Truman.
Yossarian, the main character, along with other soldiers stationed at the Twenty Seventh Air Force are forced to endure an outlandish, bizarre existence defined by bureaucracy and violence. The Air Force officers have made it their mission to defeat other nations, despite the time soldiers spend fighting battles. They have no consideration for the lives of their soldiers, and force them to remain fighting in the army. “But they don’t say you have to go home. And regulations do say you have to obey every order.
No one person or company and or organization should be allowed to discriminate against an individual on the basis of sexual orientation choice and they are most certainly not allowed to discriminate against an employee due to the way he/she decides to dress. More importantly when they are off the clock. This decision would be akin to firing a woman truck driver for wearing a flannel shirt and a pair of jeans while off-duty; this would be absurd, the decision to fire Oiler based on his choice of wardrobe when he off the clock is absurd and completely unwarranted. Oiler had a squeaky clean record during his many years working for Winn-Dixie; he was basically the perfect employee and to violate his employee rights and invade his privacy as the company did clearly shows a degree of narrow-mindedness and bigotry It would be easier to understand this decision, if Oiler had been dressing this way on the job due to the fact that many organizations must insist particular dress-codes but; even if this were the case, Oiler would have been given a warning and offered the chance to “conform” to policies, but they fired him based on his behavior off the job is a huge violation of numerous federal and state laws as well as his personal rights. If nothing else these four things will happen in lou of this event.
Geely’s acquisition of Volvo 1.0 Abstract Geely’s acquisition of Volvo Company is an enormous financial affair to China and the global. On March 28,2010, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, China's No 10 automaker, sealed a deal to buy ailing Swedish luxury car brand Volvo from US giant Ford for $1.8 billion, including intellectual property. Some one think acquisition of Volvo will improve Geely’s competitive power, and some people believe that in the time of the economic crisis, acquisition of Volvo is high risky. The deal have arisen great interest around the globe as the two companies incorporate two different cultures and operate within different national backgrounds. This report aims to assess whether Geely can make two companies win-win.
Apple and Foxconn improve their working conditions Apple is an American multinational companies, design and sales of consumer electronic products, computer software, and personal computers, Macintosh series computer in the company's best-known hardware products iPod, iPhone and iPad. Foxconn is a Taiwanese multinational electronics manufacturing company, headquartered in Tucheng, Taipei County, Taiwan. It is the world's largest manufacturer of electronic components, the largest exporter in Greater China. Foxconn has been involved in some controversy, mainly how to manage employees in China; it is the largest private employer in the world. Fair Labor Association in 2012, Apple hired to audit the working conditions at Foxconn.
The reason that the Chinese workers at Foxconn threatened to commit a mass suicide was in protest to their working conditions ("Leaders We Deserve", 2012). Although Foxconn is its own company and is only a supplier of Apple Inc, the CEO of Apple Inc or any company’s CEO has ethical responsibility to all the workers of the companies that they use to produce their own products ("Leaders We Deserve", 2012). After the news of the mass suicide protest in the Wuhan factory of Foxconn, the relationship between Foxconn and Apple Inc were on the rocks and unsure of what was going to happen. When it came time for Apple Inc to make the decision on who was going to be the supplier for their new production line in October 2012, Tim Cook, Apple’s new CEO had to choose whether or not to continue working with Foxconn. The relationship between the two companies started to flourish again in May 2012 when Foxconn said that they were investing 210 million dollars to improve the working conditions in the company to get Apple to let them build the production line for Apple Inc in October ("Leaders We Deserve", 2012).