Administrative Office Management: An Introduction
Updated to keep pace with rapid technological advances, this comprehensive introduction to office management focuses on what office managers actually do on the job. Written in an easy-to-read style and extensively illustrated, it systematically explores the full range of office management topics -- office environment, employees, systems, functions -- and features action-oriented minicases and cases in each chapter.
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