Johnson Controls Social Responsibility Strategy JJT2 Social Responsibility, Task 1 February 23, 2014 Introduction Johnson Controls is a global manufacturing company with its corporate headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The company is the largest producer of private label lead acid batteries in North America, and is quickly becoming a leader in Asia and South America. Johnson Controls provides batteries for nationally recognized brands such as Duralast, Interstate Batteries, Die Hard, ProStart, and Bosch. In addition, Johnson Controls provides original equipment batteries for Ford, Acura, Honda, Diamler Chrysler, Nissan, and Toyota. With over 170,000 employees around the world, Johnson Controls is a global industrial leader serving customers in over 150 countries and is committed to corporate social responsibility (Johnson Controls, 2014).
Reporting of Injury, Disease and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR) is relevant as it requires that any infection or disease that is work Related be recorded and reported. There are regulatory bodies such as the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) and the Food Standards Agency (FSA) that produce standards to guide and inform infection prevention and control practices. The HSE is an independent regulator for work-related health, safety and illness; provide information and advice to reduce risks of accidents occurring in the workplace including the spread of
Aquela Martin September 28, 2013 Seller Business Profile: “the HP Way” The Hewlett-Packard Company or HP is an American multinational information technology corporation headquartered in Palo Alto, California, United States. The company was founded in a one-car garage in Palo Alto by William "Bill" Redington Hewlett and Dave Packard. HP is the world's leading PC manufacturer and has been since 2007. It specializes in developing and manufacturing computing, data storage, and networking hardware, designing software and delivering services. Major product lines include personal computing devices, enterprise and industry standard servers, related storage devices, networking products, software and a diverse range of printers and other imaging products.
1.2 Explain employers’ responsibilities in relation to the prevention and control of Infection. Employers should make the workplace a safe environment that is safe for work but also for all individuals and visitors. Employers must carry out risk assessments to assess the dangers of certain work activities and then are responsible for putting strategies in place for minimizing the risk. Employers must provide PPE and provide training and refresher updates on infection control. 2.1 Outline current legislation and regulatory body standards which are relevant to the Prevention and control of infection.
Now this OHS Act is supported by the OHS regulations - which provides detailed requirement for the supply and use of hazardous substances. The classification of chemicals into the categories of poison, hazardous and dangerous, and identification on the label is the responsibility of manufacturers and suppliers. Employers under the OHS Act must ensure health, safety and welfare of their employees and other persons at their place of work. This includes preventing health risks created by the use and storage of chemicals. Employers have specific obligations to carry out the following: - Ensure that information is available so that chemicals can be safely used without risk to health such as martial safety data sheets.
The success of the Xerox organizational structure shows in their financials and employee satisfaction ratings of 73%. Each year the CEO and senior team members conduct reviews of a group of diverse leaders who are poised to assume key management roles. These sessions assess the employees abilities for the next generation leaders for broader responsibility ("2014 Report On Global Citizenship", 2015). The leaders of the company define its success. Xerox's business leaders exemplify value-based and results-driven leadership.
Background General Motors Corporation, the world's largest automaker, has been the global industry sales leader for 76 years. Founded in 1908, GM today employs about 284,000 people around the world. With global headquarters in Detroit, GM manufactures its cars and trucks in 33 countries. (http://www.gm.com) In 2006, the GM’s total net sales and revenues is 207.3 million dollars, and at same time, GM manufactured 9.181 million of vehicles.. Its market share increased in 2006 compared to
Business Analysis Part I General Motors Company Business Analysis Part I General Motors Company (GM) formally incorporated as General Motors Corporation is a multinational company founded in 1908 and headquartered in Detroit, Michigan. It is one of the largest automaker in the world. The company specializes in the design, production, and marketing of cars, trucks, and automobile parts. GM is also engaged in finance and insurance operations. It operates in 156 countries and employs about 202,000 workers around the world.
Achieving and maintaining individual Excellence Paper LaToya Morris BSHS/461 November 9, 2013 Leatrice Allen Achieving and Maintaining Individual Excellence Paper Managing the environment in human service is an integral component of how human service organizations structure their program. When thinking of managing the environment it is important to consider the social, demographic, and economic factors that mangers encounter on a regular basis. In order for an environment in human service to be managed effectively one must demonstrate effective conceptual and interpersonal skills. According to (Child Welfare, n.d) the manager must possess the capacity to recognize the relationship among the parts of an organization and see the organization as whole that has place within the community and broader environment. Lastly, the ability for managers to communicate effectively with the environment by coordinating, facilitating, resolving conflict and empowering others are the ultimate goals in managing the environment in human service organizations.
HRM Human Resource Management in TESCO Organization 1- Identifying the organization's business strategy, mission and goals: Tesco, the largest retailer in UK as well as the third biggest in the world in terms of revenue, was founded in 1919 by Jack Cohen. In 1924 the brand Tesco was first started its journey and in 1932 it became a private limited company. Now Tesco is operating in 14 countries all over the world. There are 4,331 Tesco stores and almost 470,000 people working in the company across the world. According to the recent annual report published by the company, its group sales in 2009 are found to be 59.4 billion euro (Tesco, n.d.).