Question: Should multinational firms have a single corporate policy on smoking
Should multinational firms have a single corporate policy on smoking in the workplace, or vary their policies depending on local laws and norms of behavior in various countries where they do business?
Relevant QuestionsIf you applied the strategic radar screens model to this case, which of the eight environments would be most significant, and why?Is there anything that Chiquita could have done to protect its employees adequately without paying the terrorists?Do you consider being an unauthorized immigrant a form of workplace diversity? How is it similar to and different from other kinds of workplace diversity discussed in this chapter?What evidence do you see in this case of the three kinds of corporate philanthropy discussed in this chapter: contributions of cash, in-kind products or services, and employee time?Besides a press conference, what other tools might BPI or other firms use to improve the public’s opinion of their products?
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