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Describe (EXPLAIN) how political, legal and social factors are impacting (BRINGS ABOUT CHANGE/INFLUENCE) upon the business activities of the selected organisations (SAINSBURYS AND BRC) and their stakeholders( PEOPLE OR GROUPS WITH AN INTEREST IN A BUSINESS) INTERNAL STAKE – EMPLOYEES, VOLUNTEERS. EXTERNAL (CUSTOMER, LOCAL, GOVT, LOCAL COUNCIL. ( A Written Report - Maximum of 800 words) Analyse (ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES. INVESTIGATE) how political, legal and social factors have impacted on the two contrasting (OPP COMPANIES) organisations. ( A Written Report - Maximum of 800 words)

Political Factors * Immigration (definition) – govt want to restrict amount of imms coming in. reducing immigration in sainsbury’s will mean they’ll have less choice of food. No diversity. SKILLS Impact. * BR RED CROSS – work with refugees. They need people who speak a particular language so this might restrict skills. Diversity. People from certain countries not allowed in.
Benefit payments * Less people on benefits, more in employment. If they’re reducing benefit payments those who shop in sainsbury’s will have less to spend. – sainsbury’s * BRC, less people on benefit – more people to work however, more people in trouble if benefits are being cut they will need more help from charity. Brc will have more work on their hands.
Reducing companies debt/ cutting back on govt spending * GOVT They do help business like sainsburys set up business to support places with high unemployment. * GOVT do provide money for charities such as BRC might have an influence on what brc might be able to do.
Reducing amount of tax people pay on income * SAINS – More money for people to spend, hopefully will get some of that money. * BRC – Rely on money people donate. So cutting taxes people will help give money.
Create more jobs * More jobs, more…...

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