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    The American Red Cross

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    The American Red Cross (ARC) Apinya Rakklang Professor Afraa Al Bahrani Ethics and Advocacy for HR Professionals-HRM522 January 27‚ 2013 Determine the impact of this event on ARC’s “benefit of business ethics” (employee commitment‚ investor loyalty‚ customer satisfaction‚ and bottom line). The American Red Cross is classified as a not-for-profit charitable organization whose mission is dedicated to providing services to those in need. It plays important roles in society by placing

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    The American Red Cross Summary The American Red Cross (ARC) is an independent organization‚ supported by public financial donations and volunteerism. It provides relief to victims of disasters and help people prevent‚ prepare for and respond to emergencies. The company has been widely criticized for the way it handled 9/11 in 2001 and Hurricane Katrina in 2005 as being inadequate and poorly managed. The company has allegations of fraud‚ bribery and even theft on the part of volunteers and employees

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    Abstract As part of a worldwide movement the American Red Cross offers care and hope to victims of war‚ poverty and natural disasters‚ and‚ as such it is with great anticipation that I will undertake the task of researching from various sources‚ and presenting its history‚ philosophy‚ mission‚ vision and value statement. Among this‚ I will briefly describe the culture of the organization‚ noting whether the organization’s espoused values align with its enacted values. I will also address the

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    wondered who started the American Red Cross? Well you’re looking at the person who started it. My name is Clarissa Harlowe Barton‚ but people just call me Clara Barton. I was born on December 25‚1821 in North Oxford‚ Massachusetts to Stephen and Sarah Stone Barton. I had four siblings and they were Dorothy‚ Stephen‚ David and Sally. Also I wasn’t married and I did not have any kids. In my lifetime I was a teacher ‚ a nurse in the army and president of the American Red Cross. So before I was a nurse

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    American Red Cross The American Red Cross‚ otherwise known as ARS‚ was founded by visionary leader Clara Barton in 1881. She was inspired by the work of the international Red Cross while she was in Europe during the Franco- Prussian War of 1870-1871. She was so inspired that she brought the model back to the United Stated and led the organization through its first domestic and international relief missions‚ including assisting the U.S. military during the Spanish-American War in 1898. The Red Cross

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    The American Red Cross: Management Analysis Chris Crawford‚ Amanda Kvedrowicz‚ Sarah Lawrence‚ Christine Moaga‚ Betsy Rush MGT/330 March 1‚ 2010 Ronald Sprague The American Red Cross: Management Analysis The American Red Cross (2010) website tells of an organization guided by the principles of humanity‚ impartiality‚ neutrality‚ independence‚ and voluntary service whose mission is to‚ “provide relief to victims of disaster and help people prevent‚ prepare for‚ and respond to emergencies”

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    The American Red Cross The American Red Cross is an organization created to provide care for those in need. The Red Cross is involved with disaster relief‚ responding to approximately 70‚000 disasters in the United States every year; they support America’s military families‚ helping an average of 150‚000 military families and veterans annually. The Red Cross is also the largest supplier of blood in the U.S.‚ and the nation’s leading provider of health and safety courses. The American Red Cross played

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    The American Red Cross I was watching newscast when a report about hurricane sandy came on. The American Red Cross helps people in most situations around the world. The Reporter was interviewing a woman victimized by hurricane sandy. A gust of wind made the woman’s hair tickle her nose when an American Red Cross worker came over and gave her a big‚ puffy coat with a fuzzy trim at the hood. Believe it or not‚ the American Red Cross was not always a widely known charity. The American

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    Ranked as the fifth most successful non-profit organization of 2012‚ the American Red Cross saves the lives of people every single day all across the globe (“Top”). They provide services such as disaster relief‚ support for America’s military families‚ health and safety training and certification‚ lifesaving blood‚ and international services. Supplying over 40% of blood and the blood products in the U.S.‚ the Red Cross plays a critical role in the nation’s healthcare system. Without their incredible

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    American Red Cross Review one organization’s philosophy‚ mission‚ vision‚ and values statements. These are the organization’s espoused values: What the organization says it values. Conduct research in the University Library to find articles about the organization’s enacted values: What the company actually does. Write a 700- to 1‚050-word paper based on your review and research in which you complete the following: • Briefly describe the culture of the chosen organization‚ noting whether

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