Poor Quality and Safety Control From 2009 2011 period Carnival owned companies

Poor quality and safety control from 2009 2011 period

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Poor Quality and Safety Control - From 2009-2011 period, Carnival-owned companies accounted for 56% of all viral outbreaks, compared to a 48% industry average, which often require the return of a ship to its home port, numerous complaints, and bad publicity. Ships should be inspected and tested regularly to reduce safety control issues. By gradually increasing employee’s salaries and benefits, it can prevent high turnover and motivate employees to practice exceptional safety standards, while building a high engagement culture.
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BEST PRACTICES Low Priced Packages - A strategic management decision of offering affordable vacation packages to middle-income consumers has earned them a solid reputation and allowed Carnival Corporation to grow tremendously at a rapid pace. Customization and Various Products- Satisfying each guest unique preference by offering three operational sectors in the cruise markets including: Contemporary, Premium and Luxury,. Globalization- By delivering various products to guests in several markets, Carnival has expanded in many continents through its various acquisitions
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RATIOS In regards to the current ratio increase, this was due to the fact that asset went up but liabilities dropped.
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