Stakeholders

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1. What is conflict?

  • When a customer wishes to become a shareholder.
  • When a stakeholder has an disagreement with the company.
  • When two different Stakeholder's objectives clash.
  • When a stakeholder looses interest in the company.
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2. Which one of these is not a stakeholder in a business?

  • Suppliers
  • Competitors
  • Owners
  • Customers

3. Which one of these is not a Stakeholder's conflict?

  • A member of staff being fired for breaking Company rules.
  • Local residents disagreeing with Supplier's delivery times.
  • Suppliers want the highest price for their goods, customers want to pay the lowest.
  • Owners want to pay the lowest prices possible, but staff want higher pay.

4. Are local residents a Stakeholder?

  • Yes.
  • If the company chooses to be.
  • If they choose to be.
  • No.

5. Why is the government a stakeholder?

  • To ensure taxes are paid on time and ensure no laws are broken.
  • Because they care for their community and how the business is running.
  • For high pay and reasonable working hours.
  • To keep an eye on noise pollution and litter produced by the company.

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