Employee Benefits for Small Business
This text aims to teach organizational behaviour using a diagnostic approach - assembling facts, analyzing problems, evaluating theories and techniques, and implementing chosen courses of action. Students not only learn by working through end-of-chapter case studies, but also, by working through the book, acquiring practical guidelines that they should find useful.
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