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Should Anglo American Adopt The Policy Of Not Hiring Migrant Workers

2. What are the pros and cons of Anglo American adoption of an aggressive strategy in combating HIV/AIDS among its South African workforce? What recommendations would you give the company concerning its HIV/AIDS policy? Answer: Anglo American had huge investment in South Africa and was heavily hit by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It was the first private company to develop a proactive strategy to combat the ravages of the disease on its workforce and thus effecting their operations. Pros of adoption...

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Anglo American Case Study

4708 Intl Expansion Anglo American PLC in South Africa: What Do You Do When Costs Reach Epidemic Proportions? 1. The pros would be: a) The early adoption strategy of ART can help the company to prevent and combat the spread of the disease not only on its workforce but also the populations of surrounding communities. This early initiative can also help to prevent further loss in operating expenses and declining workers’ productivity in the company. b) Anglo American became a de facto leader...

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He Pros and Cons of Anglo American Plc's Adoption of Aggressive Strategy

The pros and cons of Anglo American PLC's adoption of aggressive strategy in combating HIV/AIDS among its South African workforce : Anglo American's policy towards migrant workers: Case Study- Anglo American PLC Various stakeholders that Anglo American PLC needs to consider as it adopts effective HIV/AIDS strategy: Introduction: • Anglo American employees and their families • Government bodies • Non- Profit organizations (NGOs)/ World Health Organization (WHO) • Competitors/ Other large...

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Anglo American Plc Case Study

CASE STUDY ON ANGLO AMERICAN PLC IN SOUTH AFRICA Submitted by Kamlesh Bind PGDM –IB ( 08) 1. What are the pros and cons of Anglo American’s adoptions of a strategy in combating HIV/AIDS among its South African workforce ? What recommendation would you give the company concerning its HIV / AIDS policy ? Ans :- Anglo American had a huge investment in South Africa and was hard hit by the HIV / AIDS epidemic . It was one of the first corporation to...

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Anglo-American

Abstract Anglo-American and Primark are among the world’s leading companies. In this paper, I will analyze their application of ethics and then utilize “A Model of Business Ethics” to help describe the two companies ethical practices. The paper will provide a discussion of the costs and benefits of an organization as well as define ethical business. Introduction Anglo-American and Primark are two multinational organizations with different Code of Conduct ethics. However, the rapid economic...

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Migrant Workers in the U.S. and China

 Migrant Workers in the U.S. and China Jose Loera Nevada State College Abstract Many migrant workers in the U.S. tend to work in the agricultural industry as farmworkers, while migrant workers from China leave their rural farms to work in larger urbanized cities. Though roles seem to be reversed between the two groups, they have many similarities. The migrant workers from both the U.S. and China have significant impacts on their countries’ respective...

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migrant workers

Migrant workers apparently come from poor countries and have been living in tough financial situation, thus they choose to work as maids outside their countries hoping they would find a solution for their crisis. However, this situation is getting more serious and controversial than before, the rate of domestic workers committing suicide is increasing. what households seek in Lebanon is not to help but slaves to serve them, and these maids go through hard work and mistreatment. We hear a lot of...

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Anglo-American Case Study

reputation. A lot of companies are ready for everything to save their responsible reputation. For example: Greenpeace has found high radiation contamination levels in the streets of the mining village Akokan (Nigeria), where the majority of the Areva`s workers live with their families. What is even more disturbing is that this just year AREVA claimed that those same streets were safe. In one area Greenpeace tested, the radiation was almost 500 times higher than norms. (According Greenpeace) For example...

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INTB Case Study 2 AIDS

Daniel Elizondo INTB Case Study 2 October 2, 2014 Anglo American PLC in South Africa What are the pros and cons of Anglo American’s adoption of an aggressive strategy in combating HIV/AIDS among its South African workforce? What recommendations would you give the company concerning its HIV/AIDS policy? The pros behind Anglo American’s ART program are the fact that they took the initiative to step up and help their workers prevent the transmission of AIDS, treat AIDS, and provide other services...

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Ethical and economical issues of using migrant workers

Final Essay Research Methodology Ethical and economical issues of using migrant workers Submitted to Henry Clayhills Ericsson by Anastasiya Tsishkova on 31.10.10 Introduction Around 200 million people in the world work away from their home country. International labor law provides for equality of opportunity and non discrimination at work for all workers, including migrant workers. However, in the international system, citizenship confers exclusive rights...

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