The Office: Procedures and Technology

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Cengage Learning, Mar 22, 2006 - Business & Economics - 608 pages
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THE OFFICE: PROCEDURES AND TECHNOLOGY is a comprehensive office procedures text for high school students, which provides essential skills for success in today's business world. The text is designed to teach knowledge and skills that are needed in a variety of careers where workers communicate, manage information, use technology, handle records, work with others, and solve problems in an office setting. The activities in the text are task-oriented, requiring students to apply knowledge and skills learned to complete an assignment or solve a problem. The text has three types of feature boxes in each chapter: Online Resources, providing information on our product Web site that relates to the chapter and professional organizations such as ARMA; Workplace Connections provide comments from fictional business employees related to material presented in the chapter; and Focus On... offering information on current topics of special interest.
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Contents

Preface
The Office in the Business World
Managing Information to Enhance Productivity
Managing Time Tasks and Records
Mail and Telecommunication Systems
Personal and Career Development
Glossary
Index
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

CHARLES H. CALHOUN, CPA, CIA, CFE, is a consultant and corporate trainer specializing in ethics, fraud examination, litigation support, and expert testimony.

MARY ELLEN OLIVERIO, CPA, is Professor of Accounting in the Lubin School of Business, Pace University, New York City.

PHILIP WOLITZER, CPA, is Professor Emeritus of Accounting at Long Island University.

William R. Pasewark, Sr., earned the PhD at New York University. He taught both Business and Education courses at NYU, Michigan State, Penn State, and Texas Tech. Pasewark authored 105 best-selling business and computer books, seven of which won Texty Awards from the Text and Academic Authors Association. Work experience includes several jobs in the Wall Street section of NYC; Office Management Consultant; Marine Corps Sergeant in the Iwo Jima Invasion; General Manager of Pasewark LTD, a textbook authoring family partnership. Pasewark lectured in 31 states and several foreign counties. He attended 60 continuous NBEA conventions and was a registered lobbyist to require business courses in high schools.

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