I would give some explanations form my own experiences as well as showing the major differences between other trades. Like how a hairstylist, plumber and electricians have to be licensed by the state and there are no requirements to be a mechanic. I would also show how unskilled labor can be dangerous as well as what other conditions and hours a mechanic has to work. I will also tell the audience how the honest guy always gets walked on and how the one who cuts corners always seem to be the top producer and money maker. I will show how shops are profit driven and how the managers push techs to sell.
Thus it capitalized on known wastes issues by shifting responsibility onto the taxpayer to the tune of millions in costs laden on the town after receiving benefit of a free waste facility and over-taxing the public waste management in not bothering to updated it’s gifted sewage plant. Cost after cost was pinned onto these gifts as no good deed went unpunished, the town ended up spending many millions more in just cleaning up after the company it subsidized by buying more land to dispose of waste. All of this was initiated by Seabound in Albert Lea as it did with many towns, by grooming it with feel good agenda designed to elicit better subsidy packages. The promise of more jobs to strengthen the local economy, after a downturn preceded by previous companies failing, cleared the way for millions of easy dollars being funneled into the coffers of Seabound with added side benefits. The price of work was cheap but Seabound found an even cheaper price in hiring desperate immigrant workers on wages barely livable.
LEADERSHIP AND MANGEMENT IN SOCIAL CARE Identify factors that influence policy drivers One factor is cost, businesses around the globe are looking and always will be looking for cost effective ways of doing things to get either the same out come or an improved outcome, one way health and social care has changed and will continue to change is because of cost implications, the economic (recession) has impacted on cost and one thing that this has had a impact on is the level of 1:1 support needed by service users, this is not to say they do not receive good quality care and support it means assessments are done by local social services who see where they can cut funding for the individual’s, this also has financial implications for staff as
Poverty is the strongest problem doesn’t matter where it’s at. The reason why I want to write about poverty is because it’s a social problem that government can fix but brush it to the side. For the people that don’t know what poverty looks like it looks like driving into the inner city which some call the “ghettos” and seeing the people of all different ethnicity living life in litter, graffiti, high amounts of crime. Poverty exist and government should do something about it. To understand poverty and the poverty level, we need to see how the United States determines the poverty level each year.
Henry Clements is a friend of yours who has a car rental agency in a major metropolitan area. Although his is an independent company, Henry works closely with three other independent companies in the metro area. They share information and each week they forecast the number of cars each will need the following week. Then, if needed, they will transfer cars between location on Sunday when none of the agencies are open. If they have to go and get a car during the week, it will cost $75 per car, considering the lost time and good will of making the customer wait.
It is common knowledge amongst the reds, or lower class, that they must take the job at the price offered by the upper class. If they don’t another man will be along to take the job shortly. This gives the upper class the ability to control the wages which the lower class earns, taking away the chance of the lower class being able to afford housing, education, steady income, etc. When Tom finally finds work his boss informs him of the Farmers Association’s outlook on his people. “‘Those folks in the camp are getting used to being treated like humans…’” (296).
The law brought positive changes to the country encouraging more people to seek employment, “working people developed their own self-help movement”. Walsh M, et al, 2000. But also created some negative changes, working conditions were extremely harsh and families were split up. The amendment act was disliked by the poor population of the country because of the leissez-faire system the government had in place, the government’s approach on leissez-faire was to intervene as little as possible with the direction of economic affairs. This had an impact on the poor, it caused stigma and the poor had a mark of disgrace on their reputation.
I propose the council review the budget so that funding use tax dollars will be allocated to this area of great concern for the businesses and residents of New Orleans East. If this request is approved it will give us in the New Orleans East area assurance that the quality of life that we once knew is returning to the part of the city we love and chose to raise our families. There will also be an increased sense of safety for the current residents and possibly for new residents to consider this area. Most importantly the approval will show businesses of both sizes (large and small) the area welcomes there investment. If for some reason there is limited funding available for this project, the council could possibly inspect the currently lights to confirm repair is only needed as opposed to complete
The car industry also helped the economic boom because more people could move near to cities without actually living in the centre of them and then drive into the cities to work and earn money. The car industry was quite important because it kick started many other industries such as the advertising industry. Another reason for the economic boom was the Republican government policies. Their policies included laissez-faire; this was when the government kept out of businesses and didn’t interfere with them. This meant that there was no minimum wage and women had to quit their job if they became pregnant as there was no maternity leave.
The social responsibility that Company Q owes to its employee’s is not closing the stores in the high crime rate areas. Providing a source in an under privileged community for not only employment but also a store that consumers can find products that are more health conscience, benefits everyone involved. Unemployment in any community can be devastating as many employees of a business