This study identifies four strands of thought that outline the factors which can lead to the over-concentration of services; traditional trade theory, new trade theory, new economic geography theory and the interplay between globalisation and competition. It is from this four factors in which the negative effects of the over-concentration of services are created. These negative effects will be discussed and analysed in a bid to understand what can done to reduce them. Polycentricity and territorial
markets still operate on a local level, transnational corporations are anyway nationally based and we can not (still) talk about a global labour market. (Aspers and Kohl 2011). II The one among trade and peace is an old story. Yet in the XVII century Montesquieu (1758) wrote “Peace is the natural effect of trade. Two nations who traffic with each other become reciprocally dependent”. Another giant of that time, Immanuel Kant (1795), seems to share this point of view in his Essay on Perpetual Peace.
Industrial relations: arose to the growing power of trade unions involvement in disputes, collective bargaining, negotiation and industrial law and regulation. The practitioner as a bureaucrat (control of labour) due to the increase growth and change of workplace activity such as: job allocation and performance
Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 2 SCENARIO ANALYSIS 3 Task 1a 3 Task 1b, c 9 Task 1d 14 Task 2a 18 Task 2b 20 Task 2c, d 25 Task 2e 30 CONCLUSION 32 REFERENCES 33 APPENDIX 36 Appendix 1 – Job description for Vice President of Production 36 Appendix 2 – Job description for Vice President of Marketing 37 Appendix 3 – Person specification for Vice President of Production 38 Appendix 4 – Person specification for Vice President of Marketing 39 Appendix 5 – A sample job advert 40 Appendix 6 – A sample job