Lower reserve requirements will result in more funds being available to loan out. This should, in turn, increase the rate of economic growth. Conversely, a higher reserve requirement will reduce the availability of funds and should slow economic growth. In this case, we need to increase our rate of economic growth in response to the recession, so I choose to lower the reserve requirement. The reason I would make this choice is to stimulate lending to businesses, reduce unemployment and increase household income so that the economy could then recover naturally.
Sainsbury's is a hierarchical organisation. One of Sainsbury's aims is to make shopping more quick and effortless for customers. In order to find out how this can be done the marketing and research department has to look into this case. By doing this Sainsbury's are able to meet their targets. As Sainsbury's have a hierarchical structure they are most likely to lose a lot of money because for the marketing and research and development departments to carry out their functions they would need funding from the finance department.
The increase in advertising can be helping with increase in net sales which has also increased from 46,520,500 in year 12 to $6,858,600 in year 14. The interest income has decreased which may concern a banker looking to approve a loan. It would be good to invest the money in a more secure or profitable investments. Utilities and services have also increased from $238,000 to $260,000 in year 14. Contracts with utility companies can be re-negotiated.
I do not agree with her as well on raising the bank reserve requirements as it can restrain lending from banks and as a result it will shrink the economy growth. After analyzing my colleagues’ recommendations, and as the president’s senior economic advisor, I recommend the following: * We should lower income taxes. This shall increase the aggregate demand as the consumer disposable income will increase, which leads to an increase in the consumer spending. If the consumer spending increases, it will bring back up the flow of business and operations which means more jobs opening in the market and low unemployment rates. * Lowering banks’ interest rates.
Increased government revenue is one almost immediate symptom, as the tax cut encourages people to buy more products and services, stimulating the economy and creating more jobs. Less taxes (as a percentage of earnings) going to the government coffers and more staying in the pockets of average taxpayers always has a positive effect on the overall economy and allows a vibrant free democracy to thrive and
Tumalet is faced with the challenge of increased cost from the escalating gas and fuel prices. It has to find ways to minimize costs and impact of fuel prices to its operations. Findings Tumalet has succeeded in improving energy efficiency. It has established the use of retro-fits that are simple and quick. The company has also adopted the use of low-energy bulbs and dimming lighting of hallways at day time.
This, coupled with production, storage and shipping issues, has resulted in inventory shortfalls and a marked decline in GMP’s profits and customer base. In order to improve quality and efficiency of service, an information system solution to allow GMP to capture and analyze point of sale, inventory and logistics data from our stores and facilities in near real time is needed. In order to implement this project, we need to focus on lean manufacturing; cutting inventory storage requirements; reducing the lead time needed to replenish and make product; establishing more efficient throughput on orders; and maintaining
Once we had our audit, and a major layoff occurred; processes in reporting changed. How information was extracted and formatted made it more efficient, and reduced errors as errors took the task longer to complete. With the technology and improved efficiency,
Direct signals are signals that are measurable in terms of validity and reliability. The conclusion is then derived based on precise information. An example of a direct signal is, when the government of Bahrain decides to increase salaries in the public sector by 25% and encourages the private sector to increase their salaries as well. An increase in salaries will boost the confidence of business owners regarding their sales, since more income increases a person’s will to spend, and money will be circulated more frequently. Therefore, this means that the average Bahraini disposable income will significantly increase, hence, they will increase spending on goods and services.
Homework Case I “How a UPS Manager cut Turnover” 1. In dollars-and-cents’ terms, why did Jennifer Shroeger want to reduce turnover? Answer: In dollars-and-cents’ term, Jennifer Shroeger wants to reduce turnover because it have serious impacts on the organization as a whole. Those impacts are: * Pressure influence on the remaining staffs: the organization will have less staffs to work due to turnover, so each individual who ever performs one function; for example, have to do multi-tasks. The works left by resigned employees would be distributed to the remaining staffs, and they would be burdened by the additional job.This can make them have much pressure and want to leave the workplace more and more.