China tries to make it safer to eat” Issue 4321, Pl 1-12 Food safety has been an ongoing problem in China. Recent scares have included scares over melamine-laced milk powder, exploding watermelons, and pesticide- soaked vegetables. KEF has lost some 20% profit from its 5,200 stores in China due to chicken containing unsafe levels of antibiotics. China’s restaurants also face safety issues again. A Shania hot pot restaurant owner was sentenced to 3 h year in Jail for re-using cooking oil. It was this reason that a delegate, GHz Changing, from
Jagging set up a simple demonstration at China’s National People’s Congress on March 6, 2013. He dropped dark peanuts into a glass of water. The chemicals coating the peanuts immediately turned the water black. He stated, “This is not a show. I want people to see how these toxic additives are proliferating and harmful. ” It was announced on March 10, by the Chinese government that a new superiority will be created to ensure the quality of China’s food and drugs. The tasks being handled by 9 different government agencies will now be handled by the General Food and Drug Administration.
The will be responsible for setting standards and monitoring production, distribution and consumption. A vice minister of health, Chem. Cinchona said, “The restructuring will better facilitate the enforcement of the food safety laws and regulations, and improve the safety of the nation’s food and drugs. ” Also in January China said it would offer whistle blowers as much as 300,000 Yuan for any tips of food and drug safety problems. The Pew Research Center shows that last year 41 percent of Chinese believe food safety is an issue.
Www Hang, has launched a website that receives over 10,000 hits a day talks about food safety. Of course, it’s a very important issue. Every person in China may have been a victim. Chinese people all have breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day. But they still don’t have any faith in the safety of the food they eat. ” China is currently one of the world’s largest exporting Nations. They must be able to produce safe products or risk losing the right to import to other countries. Franchising is also huge in China, with over 5,200 KEF chains in China alone.
The brand name KEF will lose sales worldwide if they are found to be not following the FDA laws. It seems like the need to make money has rumpled the need for ethical decisions in Chinas food and drug sector. Many companies have adopted written codes of ethics. There are two categories for these written codes. Compliance based ethics codes, which believes by penalizing wrong doers you can increase control and prevent unlawful behavior. Integrity-based ethics codes, these codes stress shared accountability, support ethically sound behavior, and define the organizations guiding values.
In order to support Ethical behavior and have companies produce safe food and drugs there are six steps that can help not only US business but businesses everywhere. The first step, management must adopt and fully support a code of ethics. Without management leading the way by not Just saying so, but by showing, the employees will not follow the code. Second states Tanat employees must unreason want ten cook AT tenets entails Ana t senior management expect all employees to follow suit. The third step is training all management to behave ethically on all business decisions.
The fourth step would be to have a way for weightlessness to communicate anonymously so that they feel protected from retaliation. Fifth, all outside suppliers and contractors must be made ware of the code of ethics so that they are not likely to pressure to put aside the ethics code. The last step is that if any rules are broken the code must be enforced in a timely manner. Others must be aware that violating the code is serious. Although, not every person and not every company is as ethical as the next, we can force ethical behavior from organizations by only doing business with known ethical companies.
What good will money or power do for us from cutting corners is we are all dead from food or drug contamination? Article 2 “Waiting for Superwoman” Issue 4320, up-7 Attitudes about gender in the workplace haven’t improved over the years as much as women would like to them to have. Two professors at Columbia Business School prove this with a case study in 2003. Half the students got the real life story of Hide Region, a successful venture capitalist, and the other half received the same exact study but the name was changed to Howard.
Although both groups thought Hide and Howard were equally competent, they liked Howard better. Hide was perceived as selfish and “not the type of person you would want to hire or work for,” even though Howard was the same exact person. High-achieving women are not liked as much as men, by either gender. Sherry Sandburg is the chief operating officer of Backbone and author of “Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. ” Sandburg writes about women being up against a gender stereotype so powerful that we should work with them and not against them.
It is thought “to be successful, a woman has to act like a man; but if she acts like a man instead off nurturing people- pleaser, she’ll be disliked and won’t succeed. Sandburg believes, “we sense this punishment for success,” says Sandburg, who believes it causes women to “put ourselves down before others can. As a Harvard business School Henry Ford Scholar she didn’t make her achievement public because, “Being at the top of the class may have made life easier for my male peers, but it would have made my life harder. ” More traditional feminist would be appalled by her advice. My hope,” Sandburg writes, “is that we wont have to play by these archaic rules forever and that eventually we can all be ourselves. That time will only come if there are enough women at the boardroom table to change the culture from within and when there are enough men at the kitchen table to relieve their wives of responsibility for child are and household chores so women can compete on an equal footing for the top jobs. ” Sandburg also believes that “The months and years leading up to having children are not the time to lean back, but the critical time to lean in. The Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 “makes it illegal for an employer to discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, or national origin in making decisions regarding hiring, firing, training, discipline, compensation, benefits, classifications, or other terms or conditions of employment. ” The Civil Rights Act has ended so much gender discrimination. However, we have a far way to go. Diversity training is needed to continue to make clear Tanat women can ay want a man can Ana Levers TTY trailing Is needed so that it is clear that men can be the care taker Just as a woman can.
There are many ways now that women can partake in a business life as well as play the role of a successful mother as well. By providing, daycare, telecommuting, flexible schedules, Job sharing, sabbaticals, and other employee and family friendly benefits a company can be sure they are making the ethical decision to fight discrimination against gender by making it possible to have women in the workplace. You should to have to give up your desire for a career to have children or vice versa. I want to be a successful business woman.
I have lots to offer any company and can honestly say I will excel in any position that I am placed. I Just wonder if I am helping to add to the stereotype of women should be raising children, because although I have proven myself as a female in the past Jobs I often feel that I am almost hardwired to want to be with my children. So if by “Leaning in” you run out of time to have children maybe you will never get that urge to run home to your child instead of pushing to the top; then I am glad I chose to “lean in” later.