I believe it is ethical for a foreign company to pay a ghanaian lesser than it will pay a foreign national to do the same job because of qualification difference but i want to know why it is unethical to do that
It is unethical in as much as they have the same experience or skill and qualification but on the other hand it is ethical when the foreign worker has a higher qualification than the other person which means that the qualification/s has become an added advantage to him.
yes because foreigners have: 1.experience than the local people 2.they believe time is money 3.they are high in technology 4.they have the adequate skills 5.they boost the moral of working
yes, because job description may differ
No, an NRI or Foreign National cannot be a Shareholder in a one person Company.
it depends on certain criteria for this question to be branded as ethical or unethical and they are the companies policies on how to reward workers based on qualification,experience and length of service ,if it is in monetary terms we see that two people performing the same job(that is a foreigner and a local) will have differences in their salaries (if the foreigner has that advantage)
I'm doing a study on ghanaian architecture and analysing buildings like the national theatre. a question i find myself asking is what exactly ghanaian architecture is? modern buildings borrow a lot of foreign concepts and its seems our own identity of architecture is almost non existant. traditional buildings of old i believe pass for what Ghanaian architecture is. buildings to the north and that of the Akans are evident of concepts of old. basically, i sum Ghanaian architecture to be an influence of the following factors -climate -choice of materials -techniques used architects need to develop these concepts and incorperate them into our present.creating unique buildings that reflect our culture and identity email@example.com
The main differences between national and multinational companies are: Multinational companies do foreign investment; in contrast, national companies do not. Moreover, multinational companies can control the production in more than one region or country, but the national company does not control any other country.
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National Gallery for Foreign Art was created in 1985.