Create an eight- to ten-slide presentation about the uses and limitations of product labeling for public safety. You can use the information from your textbook, as well as information from other reliable sources (Note that unmonitored websites, such as Wikipedia, are not acceptable.). Be creative and add photos, images or other supplemental graphics to support your presentation. Ensure you that you use images from the public domain or creative commons.

[Mini case 1] A visiting American executive finds that a foreign subsidiary in a poor nation has hired a 12-year-old girl to work on a factory floor, in violation of the company’s prohibition on child labor. He tells the local manager to replace the child and tell her to go back to school. The local manager tells the American executive that the child is an orphan with no other means of support, and she will probably become a street child if she is denied work. What should the American executive do? Tell us your reasons using knowledge from Chapter 9. [Mini case 2] A manager from a developing country is overseeing a multinational’s operations in a country where drug trafficking and lawlessness are rife. One day, a representative of a local “big man” approaches the manager and asks for a “donation” to help the “big man” provide housing for the poor. The representative tells the manager that in return for the donation, the “big man” will make sure that the manager has a productive stay in his country. No threats are made, but the manager is well aware that the “big man” heads a criminal organization that is engaged in drug trafficking. He also knows that the big man does indeed help the poor in the run-down neighborhood of the city where he was born. What should the manager do? Tell us your reasons using knowledge learned from Chapter 9.
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Write a 2- or 3-paragraph description of how your future academic goals align with Walden University's mission, vision, and outcomes and how you can show evidence of these goals in an ePortfolio.
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Create an eight- to ten-slide presentation about the uses and limitations of product labeling for public safety. You can use the information from your textbook, as well as information from other reliable sources (Note that unmonitored websites, such as Wikipedia, are not acceptable.). Be creative and add photos, images or other supplemental graphics to support your presentation. Ensure you that you use images from the public domain or creative commons.

Unit VII: PowerPoint Presentation   Create an eight- to ten-slide presentation about the uses and limitations of product labeling for public safety. You can use the information from your textbook, as well as information from other reliable sources (Note that unmonitored websites, such as Wikipedia, are not acceptable.). Be creative and add photos, images or other supplemental graphics to support your presentation. Ensure you that you use images from the public domain or creative commons.   Be sure to cite any sources used in a reference slide, using proper APA formatting. You may also use the slide notes function to explain slide contents as necessary.   The following are ideas for topics you may want to address:   * the purpose of product labeling, * product labeling requirements, * limitations of product labels, * pesticide product labeling, and * federal food and drug requirements for labeling.

Unit VII: PowerPoint Presentation

 

Create an eight- to ten-slide presentation about the uses and limitations of product labeling for public safety. You can use the information from your textbook, as well as information from other reliable sources (Note that unmonitored websites, such as Wikipedia, are not acceptable.). Be creative and add photos, images or other supplemental graphics to support your presentation. Ensure you that you use images from the public domain or creative commons.

 

Be sure to cite any sources used in a reference slide, using proper APA formatting. You may also use the slide notes function to explain slide contents as necessary.

 

The following are ideas for topics you may want to address:

 

* the purpose of product labeling,

* product labeling requirements,

* limitations of product labels,

* pesticide product labeling, and

* federal food and drug requirements for labeling.


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