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  1. Some employers offer their employees membership of gyms and sports club,believing that this will make their staff healthier and more effective at work other employers see no benefit in doing so.Discuss both views and give your own opinion
    Employers are always seeking to enhance their employee’s productivity and subsidising health pursuits maybe one way of achieving this .There are arguments on both sides,however,which I will discuss in following paragraphs.
    On one hand, it might be said that workers need to be fitter and less stressed which will lead to higher levels of output.It can also be argued that work life balance of the staff will hopefully be improved reason being their leisure time will be more fulfilling.This maybe even more motivating than pay increments ,perks or financial rewards such as bonuses or incentives.Finally, feeling healthier could lead to better job satisfaction which is in itself a encouraging factor.
    Conversely, the problem with such leisure subsidies is that their efficacy is virtually impossible to quantify.For example,with target related payments,employers can at least see whether the objectives are reached or not.If this budget was spent on the job training or day release programs,the employees would achieve better career progressions and have better job prospects.These matters are all easier to measure, specially in performance reviews and appraisal and may even help to reduce the risk of redundancy if the company downsizes or outsourcing its workforce.
    Overall,it seems that,while health-related subsidies are superficially attractive ,the lack of measurability is a substantial drawback. spending funds on ongoing training would appear to be a better use of company.

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  2. The best way to remove poverty in developing countries is to provide 6 years of free education to all children sot that they can read, write and use numbers. Do you agree or disagree?

    It is certainly true that poverty is one of the biggest challenges that growing nations face. In this regard, it is often suggested that providing 6 years of free education to every child is the best step to address this issue. While I believe that free education can be an effective measure to reduce poverty, I will argue that a better option would be to concession in the university fee as well as preferences at job interviews to only those who are underprivileged.

    Undoubtedly, free primary education would benefit the citizens, especially those having lack of resources. Being able to read and write would enable them, for example, to read job advertisements and their terms and conditions. Thus, they would be more aware of opportunities that have and can grab them to ameliorate their bad economic conditions.

    Moreover, it has been seen that the rich and poor gap is widening since most labourers are not aware of their rights and are duped by their employers by not giving appropriate wages as per norms of the labour class. Therefore, capability to do arithmetic and knowledge of basic rights would definitely help the naive and poor individuals in getting what they deserve.

    Nevertheless, the faculty of free education to all citizens regardless of their economic status seems to me as wastage of government resources since most of the rich citizens can afford education with ease for their children. Therefore, it would be more effective use of funds if only the poor are exempted from fees and are given preferences while employment. As such, underprivileged people may get resources to acquire knowledge and skills required for a better, highly paid jobs. Thus, this will help nation to combat with the problem of poverty in a quick and effective manner.

    In conclusion, although providing free education is one way to address poverty in developing nations, I believe the most efficient measure would be to provide fee concessions at university level and reservations in jobs.

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