To what agree do you agree with Carols idea that it is the governments job to

To what agree do you agree with carols idea that it

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3.To what agree do you agree with Carol’s idea that it is the government’s job to create and protect American jobs and that it is a CEO’s job to create wealth for shareholders?2 on the Disagree to Agree meterI reject the statement made by Carol, that is the government’s responsibility to ensure the jobs in The United States are protect, or theirs to create. The two bodies are independent of one another and not categorized together. CEO’s however, are paid to make the big decisions and develop the practices to create profit and wealth for the shareholders of the company. 4.Should the company’s factory employees be paid during the several months of rebuilding? Would it be any more or less justifiable to pay only a handful of high-level, difficult-to-replace works?The company should pay the factory employees. The profits are made off their hard labor, and their owed what is due to them. If they are agreeing to come back to work in the factory, they should be paid. And is no fault to them that the hurricane hit and destroyed their place of employment. The players in the company who handle creating the plans that have produced the profits. And to keep them from moving on to other companies, and taking their business relationships with them.
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Amar, FrankBSAD 319 – Professional EthicsProfessor: Karen St. Hilaire5.Imagine you owned $1,000 worth of shares in Dawson Computers. What you think of thedecision to rebuild the factory in The United States?4 on the meterI would care about making profit from my shares of the company, but I would want to keep the company and factory here in The United States to better the economy of my own country, then improve the economy of another. What about the decision to pay all the workers while the factory is rebuilt?2 on the meterI believe they should be paid while the factory is being rebuilt, but not their full wages. Perhaps a percentage of their salaries to keep their commitment to the company.
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