Answer to: The culture in your company emphasizes making money more than it does safety. However, you know that a safe workplace will save the firm money in the short run and the long run. How would you make a case to senior management that developing a culture of safety would yield high returns for the company? Note: Resources that may provide useful data are: The Safe Workplace, a website of the OSHA Voluntary Protection Program at http://www.safe-workplace.com/safety-blog/labels/ASSE.html and Workplace Injury, Illness and Fatality Statistics at http://www.osha.gov/oshstats/work.html.
Answer to question Use the Web to research topics likely to be covered in a pre-departure training session for expatriates. Do the topics differ based on the countries to which the expatriates are being sent? Or are they the same? Note: A useful article that you may want to reference for this question is: Chew, J. (2004). Managing MNC Expatriates through Crises: A Challenge for International Human Resource Management, Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, 12(2), 1-30
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Don's Lumber Company on the Hudson River feature a large selection of materials for flooring, decks, moldings, windows, siding, and roofing. The prices of lumber and other building materials are constantly changing. When a customer asks about the price on pre-finished wood flooring, sales representatives consult a manual price sheet and then call the supplier for the most recent price. The supplier in turn uses a manual price sheet, which has been updated each day. Often, the supplier must call back Don's sales reps because the company does not have the newest pricing information immediately on hand.