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APA GUIDELINE, GOOD GRAMMAR, EACH PART OF QUESTIONS ANSWER. 3 SCHOLARY REFERENCES, USE THE REFERENCE I HAVE FOR ONE OF THEM at the end of question 4. MUST USE IN-TEXT CITATION. WORD COUNT 1400-1600 WORDS. REFERENCES GOES AFTER EACH QUESTION. good report.

Select the link to read Case C - I'm from the Government -- and I'm Here to Help You
1. In a narrative format, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented in the case.
2. Explain the dilemma for organizations that have particularly serious regulatory issues. How should Jay resolve the differences in requirements from the Federal agency, OSHA, versus the state?
3.Employing Porter's Five Forces model, analyze the industry niche of care for the intellectually disabled. What specific conclusions can be drawn from your analysis?
4. Jay believes the required vaccinations would cost almost $30,000 a year, primarily due to his staff turnover rate, which is approximately 40%. Are there any suggestions you might have for Jay as to how he could reduce that turnover rate? Does the general environment model's socio-cultural segment offer any clues?

REFERENCE use this for each question

Lester, D., & Parnell, J. (2006). Organizational Theory. Cincinnati, OH: Thomson.

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Case C – I’m from the Government – and I’m here to Help You
1. In a narrative format, discuss the key facts and critical issues presented in the case.
People’s perception on the mentally retarded individuals changed in the mid-1970s. Prior to that,
the mentally retarded were only taken care of by their parents or relatives or were else taken to
large state hospitals and put together with the mentally ill. East Hampshire homes for the
mentally retarded were among the latter mentally retarded homes. Jay Carlos was a business man
and his wife Leigh Carlos was a registered nurse. They perceived the establishment of mentally
challenged homes as being a suitable investment venture after having conducted a 6 month
research where they discovered that the benefits outweigh the risks immensely.
Leigh Carlos was the head of East Hampshire medical service and was tasked with the
responsibility of ensuring that the facility complied with the federal laws and regulations
(Borden et al. 2002). An inspector from OSHA (Occupation Health and Safety Act) visited the
facility with an aim to determine measures the facility was taking to control the spread of bloodborne pathogens. The facility acted as a home for individuals who possessed mild to moderate
developmental disabilities. Leigh had employed nurses most of them licensed practitioners and
they had a responsibility to ensure the physical wellbeing of the residents. The home had a policy
to immunize the residents from blood borne pathogens and hepatitis while those who tested
positive when applying to the facility were rejected. According to Leigh Carlos, contact with
blood as they catered for patients was minimal and they had low employee turnover thus
significantly reducing the risk of contracting diseases. There was still risk of exposure to blood
borne pat...

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