Rick Wartzman - The End of Loyalty: The Rise and Fall of Good Jobs in America

Rick Wartzman - The End of Loyalty: The Rise and Fall of Good Jobs in America
English | Size: 403.14 MB
Category: Small Business / Entrepreneurs

Having a good, stable job used to be the bedrock of the American dream. Not anymore.
In this richly detailed and eye-opening book, Rick Wartzman chronicles the erosion of the relationship between American companies and their workers. Through the stories of four major employers - General Motors, General Electric, Kodak, and Coca-Cola - he shows how big businesses once took responsibility for providing their workers and retirees with an array of social benefits. At the height of the post-World War II economy, these companies also believed that worker pay needed to be kept high in order to preserve morale and keep the economy humming. Productivity boomed.
Stock & Watson - Introduction to Econometrics 3e

Stock & Watson - Introduction to Econometrics 3e
English | Size: 35.97 MB
Category: Business

From Goodreads: An approach to modern econometrics theory and practice through engaging applications.
Grasp the relevance of econometrics with Introduction to Econometrics--the text that connects modern theory and practice with engaging applications.
The third edition builds on the philosophy that applications should drive the theory, not the other way around, while maintaining a focus on currency.
Rick Wartzman - The End of Loyalty: The Rise and Fall of Good Jobs in America

Rick Wartzman - The End of Loyalty: The Rise and Fall of Good Jobs in America
English | Size: 403.14 MB
Category: Small Business / Entrepreneurs

Having a good, stable job used to be the bedrock of the American dream. Not anymore.
In this richly detailed and eye-opening book, Rick Wartzman chronicles the erosion of the relationship between American companies and their workers. Through the stories of four major employers - General Motors, General Electric, Kodak, and Coca-Cola - he shows how big businesses once took responsibility for providing their workers and retirees with an array of social benefits. At the height of the post-World War II economy, these companies also believed that worker pay needed to be kept high in order to preserve morale and keep the economy humming. Productivity boomed.
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