Many articles, papers and books have been written concerning the electronic monitor in the work place. The majority of these writings focus on the employee’s right to privacy, the employer’s lost of revenue and resources, and the cost to the average consumer is often overlooked. Technology advances and the decrease in cost for the equipment have allowed most any employer to be able to monitor their employees. E-mail, Internet and phone monitoring at the work place will be explored focusing on the employer’s lost revenue and productivity. Like all other cost of doing business, the additional cost for electronic monitoring is passed on to the consumer.
“We’re all dead and just hoping that we come back to life when we get into the World again.” In the book Fallen Angels by Walter Dean Myers you follow a young man named Richard Perry through his time in Vietnam. In this book all of the characters face the same emotions and fears. They all have to face the possibility of death at any moment, the intense love of comrades, and the sorrow of losing a close friend in combat.
Before you start reading this project report, you will have to ask yourself a very important question: Do I care about the environment and am I willing to pay for ‘saving’ the environment? Well that is the fundamental idea of my small-scale project. Are people willing to pay more for a ‘green’ product? The green principle is one of the most discussed subjects in the world nowadays. Being green is more popular than ever. Political parties everywhere put green measurements on their electionsprogram. I am willing to find out if een green corporate image has an effect on customers. Are customers willing to pay more for green products? Do they chose for more expensive but green products when they can chose between a cheaper non-green product or a more expensive but green product? What are the advantages for an entrepeneur to produce his goods in a green way and what are the disadvantages? Does being green always means being more expensive?