- Oxfam Case Study
- Video questions
Oxfam question 1:
- cultural differences
- the inequality of salary and welfare
- the unbalance of HRM in different regions
- the recruit of CPM—unequal employment opportunities
- some countries lack proper education infrastructure
- policies conflict with local employment laws
- staff management training and development
- cross-cultural awareness
Oxfam question 2:
Europe and the USA deserve more autonomy for their low level of corruption. (70% -- 75%) while Aidan countries should be given around 50%-60% of power .
- The corporation as a paradox and an institution that creates great wealth but causes enormous and often in arms.
- One form of business ownership.
- It is a group of individuals working together to serve a variety of objectives.
- The principal one of which is earning large, growing sustained legal returns for the people who own the business.
- In both law and culture corporation was considered a subordinate entity that was a gift from the people in order to serve the public goods.
Video Question 3:
- CEOs have a considerable liability in making decisions.
- In reality, It mainly depends on profit and shareholder interests. However, socially responsible decisions are not misaligned with interests.
Video Question 4:
- Lack of public control over big corporations.
- The law requires corporations to “ prioritize the interests of their companies and shareholders above all others and forbids them from being socially responsible---at least genuinely so” (Bakan, 2004) Thus, Corporations try to obtain profit as much as possible at any price.
Video Question 5:
- Corporations are artificial creations. The corporation is an institution that creates great wealth but causes enormous and often hidden harms.
- If a corporation can be considered as a person, it was an immoral person. For it has no moral conscience and only concernes about stockholders.