Decision In Paradise Ii

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This paper will outline the implementation plan, address factors affecting said implementation and discuss ethical implication questions posed by employees and the executive team. The executive’s team decided to go ahead with the expansion of the Arcadia Child and Youth Center in Kava. The project team has develop a business charter defining all business rules to be followed in the child and youth center, including the requirement that employees must be of United States legal working age. We do not find that these two factors are no longer a concern. Because some of these youth will be of working age by the time this center is completed and will be able to be employed. The executive’s of Kava agreed to abide by the rules of the business charter including the requirement that employees must be of United States legal age. Even though, according
Bureau of Labor Statistics as of: August 2008
The unemployment rate rose from 5.7 to 6.1 percent in August, the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor. Unemployment (Household Survey Data) In August, the unemployment rates for adult men (5.6 percent), adult women (5.3 percent), whites (5.4 percent), blacks (10.6 percent), and Hispanics (8.0 percent) rose, while the jobless rate for teenagers was little changed at 18.9 percent. The unemployment rate for Asians was 4.4 percent in August, So there is some need to be concern about the second factor of implementation. All is well that ends well.The decision making technique to be applied for current situation in the country of Kava should apply the theory learned in this course (Critical Thinking: Paul and Elder(2006) to the problems presented in the expansion, taking critical thinking factors and the nine-step decision-making model into account. This should conclude Decision in Paradise Part II. When I return I will be doing the completion of the expansion in Kava and the completion of the last paper.
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