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Legal and social factors have impacted on the two contrasting organisations - Tescos and Thorpe Park.

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In this assignment, I have been asked to analyse how political, legal and social factors have impacted on the two contrasting organisations. Tesco Tesco plc is a British international grocery and general merchandising retail chain. It is the largest British retailer by both global sales and domestic market share, with profits exceeding �3 billion, and the third largest global retailer based on revenue, behind Wal-Mart and Carrefour. Political/Legal Tesco is operating in a globalised environment with stores around the globe (Tesco now operates in six countries in Europe in addition to the UK; the Republic of Ireland, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Turkey and Poland. ...read more.

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the retail sector as traditional stores go out of business or are forced to cut costs to compete), being an inherently local and labour-intensive sector. Tesco employs large numbers of; student, disabled and elderly workers, often paying them lower rates. In an industry with a typically high staff turnover, these workers offer a higher level of loyalty and therefore represent desirable employees. he Impact Of Political,Social And Legal Factors On Business The impact of Political, Legal and Social factors on a business Describe how political, legal and social factors are impacting upon the business activities of the selected organisations and their stakeholders. Political factors: ''Political factors are how and to what degree a government intervenes in the economy.'' ...read more.

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The environmental law can have an impact on Thorpe park because it is big park and is visited by hundreds visitors everyday. The park needs to make sure that they can keep the park clean and that all the rubbish that is produced is recycled well. As Thorpe Park has many concession businesses, people eat and drink a lot, so the park needs to make sure that there is staff around in the park that can clean it up. Further the Park has to take its noise level also into consideration, because there may be people living in that area as well. The park needs to make sure that they are not troubling anyone with its noise levels. They need to make sure that they are environmentally friendly to get a good status, because environment is serious issue these days. http://www.slideshare.net/themightyjack/thorpe-park-2009-marketing-and-promotion ...read more.

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