-Helping the costumers witch satisfying service so they would come back. – Helping costumers to purchase the correct items that they really need. – Great health and 401k benefits, excellent company culture and values. 1)EXTERNAL: UNICEF –international partners
– IKEA Social Initiative supports national and state-led strategic interventions to address the causes of high mortality among children and mothers, and to improve the nutritional status of children, with a special focus on disadvantaged populations. -IKEA helps children in India to gain education and and to prevent the from working as a child labour. -IKEA has created a position within its organization that deal specifically with with the issue of Saving the Children -For over 15 years Ikea has given big amounts of money in order to fight with poverty , child labour and hunger all over the world 2) EXTERNAL: Building and Wood Worker’s international
– IKEA and BWI meet continuously to exchange experiences and discuss working conditions and social responsibility – long-term co-operation and an agreement on Purchasing Home Furnishing Products – two companies meet continuously to exchange experiences and to discuss working conditions and social responsibility, which are two very important factors in organizations 3) EXTERNAL: Better Cotton Initiative
-IKEA is a member to its group -promoting measurable improvements in the key environmental and social impacts of cotton cultivation worldwide -bringing together cotton’s complex supply chain, from the farmers to the retailers
The Essay on The Service Class Social Power Working
The service class as defined by the Oxford Dictionary of Sociology (Gordon Marshall, 1998) is; A term first used by the Austro-Marxist Karl Renner to describe employees in Government (Civil Servants), private economic service (Business administrators, managers, technical experts), and social services (distributors of welfare. Subsequently adopted by the by the British sociologist John H ...