3 edition of We Are Bosses Ourselves found in the catalog.
by Humanities Press Intl Inc
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||175|
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It is a completely safe romance with no hint of. Yet the very labor unions that could garner us protections and help us speak up for ourselves are growing weaker every day. Shaun Richman offers some answers in his book, Tell the Bosses We're Coming. It’s time to bring unions back from the edge of institutional annihilation, says Richman.
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She was named a Leader to Watch by the American Brand: Crown Publishing Group. In accepting the task of learning about ourselves and our bosses, we can do just that. People want to tell you about themselves and will do. Although Matthew Thomas’s “We Are Not Ourselves” tells the story of three generations of an Irish-American family, the action is seen mainly from Eileen’s point of : Maggie Scarf.
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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read We Are Not Ourselves: A Novel.4/5(). In the 60’s we had to avoid hiring long-haired people, or being one of them ourselves. The next decade brought us the saying, “Behind Every Good Boss there is a Great Secretary.” It could be found inked on mugs, stationery, and other office paraphernalia back in the 70’s.
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