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Americas Labor Leaders

By: Philip Quaglieri

Price: $6.95

Publisher: Lexington Books: January 1989

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 75691

ISBN: 0669174270

Condition: Used - Very Good


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Economic Consequences of the Seven-Hour Day and Wage Changes in the Bituminous Coal Industry

By: Waldo E. Fisher

Price: $19.95

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press: January 1939

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Inscribed by Author

Seller ID: 70744

ISBN: B002YQNWGW

Condition: Used - Very Good


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Labor Problems: Cases and Readings

By: George P. Shultz & John R. Coleman

Price: $18.95

Publisher: McGraw-Hill: 1953

Seller ID: 25705

ISBN: B001KX5IJO

Condition: Used - Very Good


stamping on spine partially rubbed away, very light tanning, lightly rubbed else clean & tight - Buy with confidence from 'Your neighborhood book store,... online (tm) View more info

Shorter Workday: A Plea in the Public Interest

By: Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen

Price: $14.95

Publisher: Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen: 1937

Seller ID: 28214

ISBN: B002JN0RKE

Condition: Used - Good


Type: Ex-Library slight fading @ spine, tanning, lightly rubbed, typical library stampings & pastings, else clean & tight - Buy with confidence from 'Your neighborhood book store,... online (tm) View more info

Statistics on Occupational Wages and Hours of Work and on Food Prices: October Inquiry Results, 1996 and 1997

By: Editorial Staff

Price: $49.95

Publisher: International Labor Office: 1998

Seller ID: 26069

ISBN: 051819

Condition: Used - Very Good


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Image for The Human Equation: Building Profits by Putting People First

The Human Equation: Building Profits by Putting People First

By: Jeffrey Pfeffer

Price: $8.95

Publisher: Harvard Business Review Press: January 1998

Seller ID: 75738

ISBN: 0875848419

Condition: Used - Very Good


Why is common sense so uncommon when it comes to managing people? How is it that so many seemingly intelligent organizations implement harmful management practices and ideas? In his provocative new book, "The Human Equation," bestselling author Jeffrey Pfeffer examines why much of the current conventional wisdom is wrong and asks us to re-think the way managers link people with organizational performance. Pfeffer masterfully builds a powerful business case for managing people effectively--not just because it makes for good corporate policy, but because it results in outstanding performance and... View more info