Luis is an HR manager preparing a message to his company's employees, explaining the company's new policy of valuing diversity.
Which of the following statements should he use to express the best business case for valuing diversity? O Valuing diversity involves administrative decisions for the human resource department. Valuing diversity need not be limited to employees in categories protected by law. O A diverse workforce is necessary to stay out of legal trouble related to equal employment opportunity. O A diverse workforce makes the company more competitive by providing insights into its diverse customers. Valuing diversity takes many forms, including affirmative action and rewards for demonstrating respect.
Luis can use the following statement to express the best business case for valuing diversity:
O A diverse workforce makes the company more competitive by providing insights into its diverse customers. Valuing diversity takes many forms, including affirmative action and rewards for demonstrating respect.
This statement best explain the narrative of expressing the best business case for valuing diversity as a business wants to remain competitive and ahead of its competitors. As well as the second part of the statement shows that diversity is not limited to some specific terms and areas rather it has vast impact and meaning like including affirmative actions and rewards for showing respect to your work, working environment and your fellows.
The crop dusting company is strictly liable for the injuries suffered by the bystander.
Strict liability refers to a situation where one party is liable for hurting another party just because the injuries occurred. There is no negligence or tortious intent involved, there is an injured person and someone responsible for those injuries.
The offer was accepted and a binding contract has been formed.
The offeror (Bonnie) can revoke her offer anytime before the offeree has accepted the offer. In order for the revocation to take place, the offeree must have been notified about it.
The problem here is that before the offeree (Dale) was notified that the offer had been revoked, he had already accepted the offer. So a contract has already been formed.
In common law, the posting rule establishes that an offer is accepted as soon as it has been mailed to the offeror. So in this case, Dale accepted the offer on the 7th day, and was notified about the revocation on the 8th day. So the acceptance is prior to the revocation, therefore, the revocation is not valid. The posting rule only applies to the acceptance of the offer, not to the revocation of the offer.
Assets is anything that provides future benefit to a company. Assets are reported in the balance sheet of the company and the company's reliability is measured on the basis of strength of its assets. Liability is the obligation that the company has to pay in future. These asset to liability ratio should be atleast 1 for the organizations.