Challenging employees allows him or her to be creative and generate new ideas or product lines that will increase sales and/or customer satisfaction. Listening to employees opinions is vital to success. The people who work the frontline of any business will have ideas on how to better the processes. Some companies used an approach uncommon to most CEOs; walking around the store to meet and greet the associates and customers. This approach allowed the consumers the opportunity to tell him how well he or she liked the store and offer suggestions for change. The associates liked this approach because it made him an approachable CEO who was willing to listen to employees and customers.
Poor socio-economic background and conditions mixed with the HIV / AIDS crisis can only mean even more socio-economic and political upheaval, the regression of development and the collapse of societies: beginning with families, communities, regions and into subsequently economic social systems.
This has contributed to the stigma attached to HIV and people assume that these people got HIV through their own antics and they should not automatically qualify for a kidney transplant when others need it too. For instance, the crisis in South Africa, with specific focus on the unending dilemma of anti-retroviral drug distribution in the country. The country now has the unenviable position of being host to the highest number of HIV / AIDS infections on the planet, yet it was only in November 2003 that the South African government finally agreed to offer treatment through the creation of a strategic treatment plan in conjunction with existing preventative strategies (Garbus 2003). Many of these came to the U.S. For a kidney transplant. With this, it is apparent that companies should sell the drugs at a lower price, which should be required by law, considering this.