As a business owner, you have the right of decision making for each and every aspect related to your business processes. You have the right to run a business in any manner, following any strategy until and unless you are not violating any Australian laws. There is no limit to efforts invested to ensure success and increased business productivity.
You are free to frame new and effective business strategies that add new customers and increase revenue in the competitive business era. Your business also has the right to refuse the supply of goods and services under various circumstances.
Right to Refuse Service
Make changes in business processes or strategies
Customers are the most important and valuable assets tor any business organisation. A business must supply top-quality goods and services to customers at reasonable prices. No fake, dishonest and misleading advertisement should be presented before a potential customer. Also, there should be proper arrangements to handle customer complaints and requests.
Commitment to provide best-quality goods or services
The goods/products are fit for the required purposes
Customer support post-sales
Genuine cost without compromising with quality
Society and Environment
A business is a part of the community and hence it should contribute its part towards the welfare of the community. It should generate employment opportunities equally for all, irrespective of their gender, race or culture and promote social and cultural values. A business must also protect the ecological environment without contributing any type of damage like air or water pollution.
Independent contractors provide agreed services under a contract for those services. They usually negotiate their own fees and working arrangements and can work for more than one client at a time. Independent contractors are often called contractors or subcontractors. More information about the rights of independent contracting can be found HERE.
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