I Love My Work . . . But, I Hate My Job: How to Survive Crisis & the Abuse of Power in the Workplace
I Love My Work But, I Hate My Job will provide something of interest for every member of the workforce, from those in positions of power, to those assigned to the maintenance function of the organization. Principles contained in the book are as applicable to the employees of an organization of three, as they are to those working in a major conglomerate, and to all levels in between.
The book will capture the interest of the vast majority of employees who will discover how to rise above the circumstances created by oppression and incompetence in the workplace.
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DYNAMICS OF TROUBLED ORGANIZATIONS
THE STEWARDS OF THE WORKPLACE
EMPLOYEES IN THE TROUBLED WORKPLACE
APPROACHINGOPPRESSIVE WORKPLACE OFFICIALS COLLEAGUES
PATTERNS OF SURVIVAL IN THE WORKPLACE
ANSWERING YOUR CRITICS
THE PRESSURE COOKER SYNDROME
WEATHERING HARD TIMES
RISING ABOVE THE STORMS OF THE WORKPLACE
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