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I will be analysing the legal, ethical and operational issues in relation to the use of business information and relate it to Westminster Kingsway College

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AS and A Level Case Studies and Analysis In this assignment I will be analysing the legal, ethical and operational issues in relation to the use of business information and relate it to Westminster Kingsway College, using appropriate examples. Legal Issues The legal impact that would affect the college is another external factor which the business cannot control the decisions outside the business. The European Union agrees on new recycling targets and green emissions targets. Then even though the college might be affect by this law then they will need to consider this and work with this. For example, they need to recycle their not used products and recycle their papers. The college does also need to know about the age discrimination law because they could be taking to court because of their employees, which think they are not treated fairly. This will also affect the college on their providing education because if their customers hear about this then they would like to attend their business. Legalâ Data Protection Act 1998 - is a good example of a law that has a number of implications for market researchers collecting and holding personal data. For instance, researchers must ensure that the data they obtain is kept secure, is only used for lawful purposes and is only kept for as long as it is necessary. ...read more.


It has been noted as the most ef In regards to the internet there are various rules in place to ensure, companies like the NHS cannot abuse the communication method or relay information unfairly. There is strict regulations regarding the nically employed.sharing of information on social networking sites when it comesficient of its kind and employs more than 1.7 million people, just under half of which are cli documents, in terms of the NHS this could relate to updating someone of a persons medical history rather than providing the in Legal issues As afore mentioned, the NHS operate in respect of the Data Protection Act 1998, in order to protect confidential information. Because of the nature of the service, the NHS often have to collect and store persoch it was collected and be protected from transfer out of the European Economic Area as the information is only protected within this. They are therefore within their rights to request relevant information. Operational issues Issues and constraints in relation to the use of business information Legal Issues Data Protection Act 1998 The first legal issue that Strode has to consider is the Data protection Act 1998. Strode College collects and uses data about its staff, students and other individuals who come into contact with Strode. ...read more.


In addition, we will have another two suppliers for inventory as backups. [List of suppliers: see table] Next, customers can go to ebay to buy our finished goods, so that we can cut a lot of budget of pave rent. We will also have a small store to show our furniture and consumers can buy there. Our company also provides home-delivery service to get more sales. Production process: (Alice è¡¥å) First of all, we purchase the recyclable materials from processing factories, and then we reprocess with chemical substances, in order to make the materials be watertight and moisture proof (é²æ½®ç). Next, we platen, thermalize and cool the recyclable materials. We color the planks and cut them off. Finally, we put recycled paper which is shaped as honeycomb into two planks, and platen them together. We utilize these reprocessed materials to produce tables, chairs, shelves and something else. Equipments: (Alice è¡¥å) As our enterprise is a recyclable furniture company, the equipments contain cutter barsï¼åå²æºï¼,dyeing machinesï¼æè²æºæ¢°ï¼ï¼chillers (å·å´å¨), pressing plates (åæ¿)ï¼hoistsï¼èµ·éæºï¼. Location: Our enterprise is located in Nanping Science and Technology industrial Park, Zhuhai, Guangdong Province. Located at east from west Zhuhai, downtown and Jiuzhou Harbor 10km, Container Port 10km, west south from Macau 35 kilometers away from the airport, port of Zhuhai 45 kilometers and future of the railway station, coastal highway 5 km, it is very convenient to suppliers and transportation. Also, infrastructures are initially prepared. Expense and capital requirements:... [continues] ...read more.

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