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Cover Sheet Student Name: Muhammad Usman Badar Student ID Number: MELB10442 Date: 25-04-2015 Please circle the relevant result and attach evidence at the back. Enter Unit code and name: BSBSUS501A Develop Workplace Policy and Procedures for Sustainability Assessment Component Result Theory Assessment C NYC Practical Assessment C NYC Unit Outcome C NYC Trainer/Assessor Name: Final Sign Off: Date: Note: Final Sign Off can only be done when the student has completed both theory and practical components of the unit. (Please attach evidence of theory and practical at the back of the coversheet) Develop Workplace Policy and Procedures for Sustainability…show more content…
2. How are the elements of sustainability and ethics represented in the vision or the mission statement? Criteria for Evaluating a Mission Statement Is our mission statement focused on satisfying customer needs rather than being focused on the product? Does our mission statement tell who our customers are? Does our mission statement explain what customer needs our company is trying to satisfy? Does our mission statement explain how our company will serve its customers? Does our mission statement fit the current market environment? Is our mission statement based on our core competencies? (A core competency is a company strength.) Is our mission statement motivating and does it inspire employee commitment? Is our mission statement realistic? Is our mission statement specific, short, sharply focused and memorable. Is our mission statement clear and easily understood? Does our mission statement say what we want to be remembered for? 3. Does your organisations structure leadership and work culture actively support the ideas and standards expressed in these documents? Explain. In difficult financial times, companies face various moral issues to try to keep up with their competitors. Although these issues have a direct impact on employee decision making, businesses rarely address how employees should assess the ethics of their actions and incorporate ethics into their decisions. Often this can be alleviated by creating and maintaining a corporate culture with a focus on
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