Does the status of an entity--private, nonprofit, or publicly owned--change how the organization operates and provides services? Are there instances where one status is more fitting for a specific type of service than another?
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Status most a times means a lot to the services and the
operations it offers to the clients. Prestigious companies operates differently
in the industry they are in. For instance, the services they offer are more
unique and quality. Their services and products have the desired input and
therefore they attract high costs.
In some instances, statuses are more fitting for a certain
type of service, and therefore, some wealth people or some people in certain
classes may be treated differently than those in another social status classes.
There are some services and goods that the poor people cannot afford, and
therefore, these services cannot be offered to them.
Please let me know if you need any clarification. I'm always happy to answer your questions.