A corporate stakeholder is that which can affect or be affected by the actions of the business as a whole. Examples of a company's stakeholders
| Taxation, VAT, legislation, low unemployment, truthful reporting.
| Rates of pay, job security, compensation, respect, truthful communication.
| Value, quality, customer care, ethical products.
| Providers of products and services used in the end product for the customer, equitable business opportunities.
| Credit score, new contracts, liquidity.
| Jobs, involvement, environmental protection, shares, truthful communication.
| Trade Unions
| Quality, Staff protection, jobs.
| Have interest of the success of his/her business.
| Have interest earning income from investment.
A stakeholder is any organization or individual that is involved with the business or directly affected by it. So, the most obvious in the case of Oxfam would be the staff, the customers (to the charity shops), the people who receive the donations and the ones who donate. The donors, trustees, any partnerships and trade unions are considered the major shareholders at Oxfam. This organization is based on the belief that everyone has the right to the right to a sustainable livelihood.
Donors and Donators:
The donors and donators are major stakeholders for Oxfam as Oxfam would not be able to be a successful charity without them as they need the donations to provide for the less fortunate. Also they are major stakeholders as they are also the largest investors to a charity like Oxfam. Staff at Charity Stores:
The staff is also stakeholders in Oxfam as they provide the friendly customer service to those who decide to shop at the Oxfam charity stores. Also they are stakeholders as they usually do the work on a free, no pay basis; this allows Oxfam to spend more on developing third world Countries. Customers at the Oxfam...
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