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Student Advocacy and “Sweatshop” Labor: The Case of Russell Athletic Using the Six Steps of

Decision-Making framework from this week’s content, please develop an essay responding to

the following questions related to the case study Student Advocacy and “Sweatshop” Labor: The

Case of Russell Athletic (p. 109).Recognize decision requirement: What are the factors to

consider in a corporation when deciding to outsource labor to developing countries?

Include the following:

Diagnosis and analysis of causes: If labor outsourcing to developing countries is a legitimate

business strategy, how can it be handled without risk of running into a sweatshop scandal?

Development of alternatives: What are other countries doing to avoid, reduce or eliminate

sweatshops?

Selection of desired alternative: Decide on alternatives for outsourcing for companies in

developed countries, including whether or not to maintain or implement the same high labor

standards and regulations as in the home countries.

Implementation of alternatives: Which alternatives would be best for outsourcing for companies

in the United States?

Evaluation and feedback: Have your recommendations been implemented in other countries?

Are they working? What has been the outcome?

In this course, you will have six Critical Thinking assignments where you will respond to

assignment questions to develop an essay. Essays have an introduction (to the topic of the

assignment), a body (where you will integrate your responses), and a conclusion (your thoughts

on the assignment). Please do not just answer the questions as is. It is best to use APA (7th ed)

headings to capture the essence of the questions as a way to make sure you have integrated all of

the responses in your essay. Also, make sure you are using an APA (7th ed) paper template as a

starting point. Your well-written essay should meet the following requirements:

Be 5 pages in length, which does not include the title page, abstract, or required reference page,

which is never a part of the content minimum requirements.