Make or Buy and Sourcing. This is especially true in recent managerial trends that advocate focusing on core competencies and outsourcing other activities in order to gain and retain competitiveness in a supply chain and business environments.
Those already accredited will have to implement an insurance scheme by 1 October and it will apply to packages signed from the date they sign up for the insurance. It remains optional, however, for operators to purchase coverage for existing customers.
This moves comes on the back of several high-profile spa closures over the last two years, which left thousands of consumers stranded with unused spa packages. CASE said the insurance scheme will allow consumers to be compensated for the unused portion of their packages should the spa be closed for at least 30 days.
Under this scheme, consumers get a copy of the Certificate of Insurance, which states the name of the spa business, the insured consumer, the insurer as well as the validity and value of the coverage. Insured consumers can check the validity and value of their spa insurance via an online system too.
CASE is currently in talks with other potential providers for the protection scheme. This will certainly boost consumers' confidence," he said. Acting president for SWAS Susan Teng said the move will enhance consumer confidence in their members in the beauty, spa and wellness industry.
So far, only 15 of the association's 3, members have taken up the insurance because it was not mandatory and added to their costs, said Teng. Spas that do not sell pre-paid packages are not required to obtain this insurance scheme. Other than purchasing insurance, spas with the CaseTrust accreditation have to fulfill over 47 criteria, including offering a five-day cooling off period for packages signed and adopting a no-selling in treatment room policy.
Since the accreditation scheme was launched last April, spa and wellness businesses have been accredited to date. News on Twitter and become a fan on Facebook.Spas applying for CaseTrust accreditation from July must have insurance to protect consumers who sign up for pre-paid service packages, said the Consumers Association of Singapore (CASE).
CASE moves to protect buyers of pre-paid spa services. Alicia Wong. Case Study Alicia Wong SUGGESTED STUDENT ASSIGNMENT Assume the position of Alicia Wong: 1.
Compile an analysis of the feasibility of making mustard in-house. Chapter 5: Case Alicia Wong/Thain Foods Limited (TFL) 1, Should it be supply’s role to suggest insourcing? 2. What benefits would accrue to TFL from making mustard in-house?
3. What risks are there for TFL? 4. What would by your analysis of the feasibility of making mustard in-house? 5. What major topic areas would you address in your. Alicia Wong has to consider many things before deciding whether she should make the mustard in house or externally.
If the mustard she buys externally from TFL, Thain Foods would be spending on average about $ cents per liter. Alicia Wong Case Study Alicia Wong is the Corporate Supply Manager for Thain Food Limited (TFL).
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