Author: Julie Janse
Publisher: Penguin (Non-Classics)
Keywords: work, successful, life, matter, satisfying, free, eleven, keys, stress
Number of Pages: 288
Published: 2006-02-28
List price: $14.00
ISBN-10: 0143036807
ISBN-13: 9780143036807

In I Don’t Know What I Want . . . But I Know It’s Not This, career consultant Julie Jansen won over readers with the same comforting, clear headed approach that she brings to her many Fortune 500 clients. Now she tackles a problem that affects every working person, regardless of occupation: difficult people. Whether the problem is an "abusive" boss, "toxic" coworker, or "difficult" assistant, Jansen shows how to master the eleven keys to getting along with even the most dysfunctional colleagues. Featuring self-assessment exercises designed to identify the root causes of problem behavior and

Authors:Daniel B. Cornfield, Randy Hodson,
Publisher: Springer
Keywords: work, studies, industry, springer, international, building, worlds, sociology
Number of Pages: 366
Published: 2001-12-01
List price: $97.00
ISBN-10: 0306466058
ISBN-13: 9780306466052

The advent of transnational economic production and market integration compels sociologists of work to look beyond traditional national boundaries and build an international sociology of work in order to effectively address the human, scientific, and practical challenges posed by global economic transnationalism. The purpose of this volume is to promote transnational dialogue about the sociology of work and help build a truly international discipline in this field.

Author: Henry Mayhew
Publisher: Cosimo Classics
Keywords: work, london, cannot, four, volumes, vol, earnings, labour, poor, cyclopdia, condition
Number of Pages: 536
Published: 2009-10-01
List price: $49.95
ISBN-10: 1605207349
ISBN-13: 9781605207346

Assembled from a series of newspaper articles first published in the newspaper Morning Chronicle throughout the 1840s, this exhaustively researched, richly detailed survey of the teeming street denizens of London is a work both of groundbreaking sociology and salacious voyeurism. In an 1850 review of the survey, just prior to its initial book publication, William Makepeace Thackeray called it "tale of terror and wonder" offering "a picture of human life so wonderful, so awful, so piteous and pathetic, so exciting and terrible, that readers of romances own they never read anything like to it."

Author: Henry Mayhew
Publisher: Cosimo Classics
Keywords: work, london, cannot, four, volumes, vol, earnings, labour, poor, cyclopdia, condition
Number of Pages: 576
Published: 2009-10-01
List price: $29.95
ISBN-10: 160520739X
ISBN-13: 9781605207391

Assembled from a series of newspaper articles first published in the newspaper Morning Chronicle throughout the 1840s, this exhaustively researched, richly detailed survey of the teeming street denizens of London is a work both of groundbreaking sociology and salacious voyeurism. In an 1850 review of the survey, just prior to its initial book publication, William Makepeace Thackeray called it "tale of terror and wonder" offering "a picture of human life so wonderful, so awful, so piteous and pathetic, so exciting and terrible, that readers of romances own they never read anything like to it."

Author: Henry Mayhew
Publisher: Cosimo Classics
Keywords: work, london, vol, iii, volumes, four, cannot, earnings, labour, poor, cyclopdia, condition
Number of Pages: 478
Published: 2009-10-01
List price: $49.95
ISBN-10: 1605207381
ISBN-13: 9781605207384

Assembled from a series of newspaper articles first published in the newspaper Morning Chronicle throughout the 1840s, this exhaustively researched, richly detailed survey of the teeming street denizens of London is a work both of groundbreaking sociology and salacious voyeurism. In an 1850 review of the survey, just prior to its initial book publication, William Makepeace Thackeray called it "tale of terror and wonder" offering "a picture of human life so wonderful, so awful, so piteous and pathetic, so exciting and terrible, that readers of romances own they never read anything like to it."

Author: Henry Mayhew
Publisher: Cosimo Classics
Keywords: work, london, cannot, four, volumes, vol, earnings, labour, poor, cyclopdia, condition
Number of Pages: 536
Published: 2009-10-01
List price: $29.95
ISBN-10: 1605207330
ISBN-13: 9781605207339

Assembled from a series of newspaper articles first published in the newspaper *Morning Chronicle* throughout the 1840s, this exhaustively researched, richly detailed survey of the teeming street denizens of London is a work both of groundbreaking sociology and salacious voyeurism. In an 1850 review of the survey, just prior to its initial book publication, William Makepeace Thackeray called it "tale of terror and wonder" offering "a picture of human life so wonderful, so awful, so piteous and pathetic, so exciting and terrible, that readers of romances own they never read anything like to it.

Author: Henry Mayhew
Publisher: Cosimo Classics
Keywords: work, london, cannot, four, volumes, vol, earnings, labour, poor, cyclopdia, condition
Number of Pages: 546
Published: 2009-10-01
List price: $29.95
ISBN-10: 1605207357
ISBN-13: 9781605207353

Assembled from a series of newspaper articles first published in the newspaper Morning Chronicle throughout the 1840s, this exhaustively researched, richly detailed survey of the teeming street denizens of London is a work both of groundbreaking sociology and salacious voyeurism. In an 1850 review of the survey, just prior to its initial book publication, William Makepeace Thackeray called it "tale of terror and wonder" offering "a picture of human life so wonderful, so awful, so piteous and pathetic, so exciting and terrible, that readers of romances own they never read anything like to it."
  
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