The Employer

It all starts with what we have, unexpectedly, we discover that other people begin to experience painful progress. We are talking to myself, "someone stronger than I," "a someone else – is, as I have – no. Credit: Jeffrey Lacker-2011. " Yes indeed, most people have a tendency to try on someone else's life and think about what would like to live myself. But it is very difficult to admit myself that that other person has more than I did, because perhaps he, or his parents made a great effort, knowledge and skills than I or my parents. And then a feeling of envy, which many people can not recognize myself in, begins to manifest itself as a feeling of own powerlessness, frustration, resentment, or anxiety. Difficult situation.

Important time to tell yourself "Stop!" And try to get these feelings under control. It is very difficult, because the strength of will of all people are different. The third case- person is under the influence. Actually, it is a manipulation that prevented him from moving to its own objectives and act in accordance with their wishes. Sometimes, in extreme cases we are talking about sects groups, parties with their own interests and ideology. Such a group may be a corporation in which the person works.

Not a little manipulation takes place in the interest of the employer. There must be a third-party intervention, again, a competent specialist who can show the point of manipulative influence and help to see the deception. The fourth case – people accompanying a foreign way of life.

Nations Social Development

Issues to be raised Codes of conduct are thematically related to corporate social responsibility. Several researchers have pointed out that codes of conduct involving the risk of displacing the importance of international and national regulatory requirements. The Research Institute of the United Nations Social Development (UNRISD) has been estimated at hundreds of company codes of conduct exist. This is a very small amount to reach the multinational corporations that operate globally, estimated at 65,000 by UNCTAD headquarters, which have about 850,000 foreign affiliates in all countries, and employ the majority of workers by subcontractors and third. The unions and some NGOs have criticized the unilateral nature of codes of conduct and noted that many times only aim to produce an improved public image of companies.The lack inclusion of suppliers, subcontractors and outsourced companies, codes of conduct has also been pointed out by unions and NGOs as a serious drawback of these, because that is where most work and where workers produce Most violations. It also discusses the legal validity of these and ways of enforcing it.