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28 August, 18:40

Which one of the following is a way to improve the S/Q rating of branded pairs produced at a particular production facility? Avoiding use of green/environmentally-friendly materials (which are of lower quality than superior materials) Avoiding the use of overtime Increasing the number of models/styles produced Increasing worker base pay by more than 2% annually Increasing expenditures for best practices training for workers

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  1. 28 August, 20:30
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    Answer: Avoiding use of green/environmentally-friendly materials (which are of lower quality than superior materials)

    Explanation:

    The International Footwear Federation is a consumer group that issues s/q ratings for footware makers around the world.

    The S/Q ratings range from 0 - 10 stars and measure everything between the quality and appearance of the footware apparel.

    Footware with high quality materials that are durable rank high in the S/Q matrix and as such it is imperative that companies aiming to move higher up the S/Q scale, use high quality materials.

    Avoiding the use of green/environmentally-friendly materials (which are of lower quality than superior materials) and instead using Superior materials, whilst not entirely good for the Environment, will make a shoe stronger which would increase the S/Q rating.
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