Report On NESTLE - Policies & Regulations| Impact On Environment

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Business environment suggests the influences of internal and external factors on
operations and functions of any company like administrations, clients, legislations,
employees and demands of the product. The adequate protections and security of these
environmental factors are very much required as responsibility of these factors is shared
between government, public and private organisations. Present report is based on Nestle
which is one of the leading food company. It refined some policies and regulations which
decrease impact of company on environmental factors and this is done by Nestle
Environmental Management System (NEMS) (Nestle.in, 2016). Cited firm able to attain their
target with the help of their stakeholders. Fiscal and monitory policy having impact on its
existence.
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Figure 1: Logo of Nestle
(Source: Nestle.in, 2016)
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LO1 Understanding the organisational purpose of business
AC 1.1 Identifying according to the structures, purposes of different types of
organisation that Nestle caters for or have business relationships with
Nestle, the Swedish food giant, shares a good relationship with various organisations
from sectors according to their structures and purposes. The company’s internal structure is a
decentralised one and the company operates per the matrix structure. However, Nestle deals
with public, private and voluntary organisations in various parts of the world as a
multinational company, it is the duty of Nestle to maintain and cater the relationships for their
own benefit. Nestle is a multinational brand and that is why it must abide by the various laws
and rules of different countries.
Therefore, it is necessary that Nestle maintain a cordial relationship with the
government organisations to make their business operations smoother and hassle free. The
government organisations play a very important role in Nestlé’s business as Nestle deals with
various food and beverage products, they must get the legal documents and no-objection
certificate from the government to maintain their business. The private sector organisations
are the main supplier of raw materials for Nestle. It collects its raw materials for foods and
beverages from different private organisations. Therefore, Nestle always looks forward to
maintain a friendly relationship with those organisations. Apart from that, Nestle also
maintains a good relationship with voluntary and charitable organisations as a part of their
CSR activity (Nestle.com, 2016).
Types of organizations-
Public- These types of companies are incorporated for the purpose of social welfare
of people. NHS is the non profit making organization which is incorporated in order to
provide health related treatments to their users at a reasonable prices which is easily
affordable by them. Main objectives is increase standard of living of people.
Private- These firm are start for the purpose of earn profit through providing goods
and services to their targeted customer. The main purpose of Nestle business is providing best
quality of goods and services to their customer in order meet current market demand and
fulfil their needs. Organization have to provide product which meet their expectation. They
need to build market presence and provide best customer services to people. Company have
to improve their relationship with their customer in order to attract them.
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