Describe in a few sentences a home based business that you could start List two

Describe in a few sentences a home based business

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14.Describe, in a few sentences, a home-based business that you
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2. Reread the two case studies in Support Question 13 and answer the following questions. a) What type of business did Sayeeda open? (1 mark) b) What form of ownership did she choose? (1 mark) c) Illustrate one advantage and one disadvantage of this form of ownership for her. (4 marks) d) What type of business did Pierre open? (1 mark) e) What form of ownership did he choose? (1 mark) f) Illustrate one advantage and one disadvantage of this form of ownership for him. (4 marks) g) Why do you think Sayeeda chose this type of business? Explain your answer in one or two sentences. (2 marks) h) Why do you think Pierre chose this type of business? Explain your answer in one or two sentences. (2 marks) Now go on to Lesson 3. Do not submit your coursework to ILC until you have completed Unit 1 (Lessons 1 to 5).
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3 BBI2O-B Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
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Introduction to Business BBI2O-B Lesson 3, page 1 Copyright © 2008 The Ontario Educational Communications Authority. All rights reserved. Introduction Ethics and social responsibility are always a challenge for organizations. Lesson 3 outlines how businesses and other organizations deal with ethical issues and dilemmas and how some companies are exceptionally socially responsible while others are not. Throughout this lesson, you will be asked to consider your own position on many ethical debates. You will find that if you surveyed several individuals on the same questions, you would probably get several different answers. What You Will Learn After completing this lesson, you will be able to explain the concepts of ethics and social responsibility as they apply to business describe the impact of business on the local community assess ethical dilemmas in the workplace explain controversial business issues from a local, national, and international perspective
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Lesson 3, page 2 Introduction to Business BBI2O-B Copyright © 2008 The Ontario Educational Communications Authority. All rights reserved. Ethics Source : © iStockphoto.com/Gregg Dunnett If you found a wallet on the ground, what would you do with it? Here are some possible scenarios: The wallet is empty but has identification in it. The wallet is empty but has no identification in it. The wallet has $5 and credit cards in it. The wallet has $500 and credit cards in it.
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