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BSBSUS501A DEVELOP WORKPLACE POLICY AND PROCEDURES FOR SUSTAINABILITY

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Stakeholders Corporation Clients

Organisational impact A client can be a single person or even another organisation who chooses to have an ongoing relationship with the business. If the business in which the client is associated with is exposed by the media as a villain it can impact the clients because they may be looked upon as guilty by association. A customer can be impacted by the product in which they buy from the business or organization. If the product is faulty or dangerous it may cause harm to the customer and it would then fall back onto the business although if the product is fully functional and the customer is happy with the product they may eventually become a regular client. An employee’s payroll could be effected by the organization changing and also their work rolls. If there was anything to go wrong the employees may also get the blame.

Customers

Employees

hareholders

A shareholder has the most at stake. If the organization were to fail then the shareholder may be left with nothing! and would have invested in a useless pro"ect.

ociety

An organization can impact on society in different ways and aspects. #oes it

uppliers

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