… organization. It should also be noted that quality concerns also have the potential to generate negative media coverage and possible legal action, with this meaning that one persons experience with poor quality can extend to a much larger audience. This illustrates the critical nature of quality concerns.
In summary, it has been decided that the most salient benefit is reduced turnover, absenteeism and increased employee morale, and the most salient limitation is quality concerns. This decision has been based on considering what is most critical to the organizations success. In short, all of the benefits and limitations are …
… selected are directly related to the basic reasons for the clinics existence and so these must be identified as the most salient.
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