3 edition of Corporate image found in the catalog.
|Statement||Newswatch Communications Limited|
|Publishers||Newswatch Communications Limited|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
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Improve your with great graphics and persuasive, to-the-point text within your company brochure or. A regulatory agency such as OSHA would focus Corporate image on the firm's safety record and policies, but the company's employees and their labor unions also have a stake in these matters.that hope was quickly dashed.
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Some of these companies act out of genuine altruism, while others act out of a simple recognition of the business benefits of such behavior.
In the absence of active efforts, corporate image "simply happens": it is how a company is perceived.
A corporate image is, of course, the sum total of impressions left on the company's many publics.
No one knew just how bad it was going to get.
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Obviously, each of the various stakeholder groups is likely to have a somewhat different perception of the corporation because each is concerned primarily with a different facet of its operation.