Select one (1)of the following poems and the indicated passages:(1) Dryden, “Mac Flecknoe,” lines 1–63;
(2) Behn, “The Disappointment,” lines 91–140;
(3) Pope, “The Rape of the Lock,” Canto 3, lines 125–178;
(4) Johnson, “The Vanity of Human Wishes,” lines 319–368.
In a close reading of the passage, analyse how a single formal elementmost significantly functions to affect and support meaning.
In terms of employability legislations, the British government encourages retailers to provide a mix of job opportunities and to meet demand when it comes to population categories such as working parents, students or seniors. Among other legal factors that the company needs to account for are quality control regulations in order to assure that customers get their desired quality for the price they pay. (E)nvironmental factors Tesco’s corporate social responsibility image is recently seen extremely positive as they are constantly involving in different activities to reduce their impact on the environment. As they operate in the food sector, their life span depends on the health of the nature so they clearly state their role in protecting the environment by addressing impacts on operations and supply chain. Also, by 2020 they are committed to reduce their carbon footprint by 50% and to minimise the waste produced in their stores. Their target is to implement strategies to produce more food to feed a growing global population and to restore farming practices along with reducing field emissions. (Tesco PLC). They are also engaged in achieving zero net deforestation by 2020, a sustainable footprint on climate, local reductions on water waste, marine initiatives and many more. Furthermore, they introduced the ‘Reduce, Reuse and Recycle’ action in their stores, to give customers recycling options in their stores. BCG matrix TheBoston Consulting Group matrix helps in allocating resources and distinguishing aspects of the business such as profitability and position in the market. Cash cows have high market share and low growth in a mature market. Needless to say, Tesco main source of profit it is its fresh meat as it has the highest demand across the UK. Despite the incident with its meat supplies that damaged their brand image, they managed to overcome this problem and regained customer trust. Considering there are other meat retailers operating at a large scale suggests that the market is operating at a mature stage, thus, the high income generated from meat sales makes it one the cash flows of the group. Apart from meat, their fresh fruit and vegetables are also included in the cash cow category as there is high demand for these and, implicitly, opportunity to high revenues. Stars are products that create growth for the business and that run in markets characterised by opportunities to develop. They usually require more investment than cash cows but they can grow into cash cows when the market becomes mature. Here we can include Tesco’s finest range as they target customers who are willing to pay more for a certain degree of quality. Dogs have low market share, low market growth and in order to keep the operations going they require investment, which however can result in poor performance still. A suitable >GET ANSWER