11 edition of Workers" paradox found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -304) and index.
|LC Classifications||HD8072 .O27 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 313 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||313|
|ISBN 10||0807824305, 0807847372|
|LC Control Number||97048986|
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A provocative and important book on a neglected period of American politics and labor historyVictoria C. Hattam, New School for Social Research This is an intriguing Workers paradox book deftly argued book that both rounds out our Workers paradox book legal understanding of New Deal labor policy and challenges that understanding on key points of interpretationCited by: A bit Star Trek, a bit Doctor Who and a bit fucked up, The Paradox Paradox is the sci-fi story I’ve always wanted to tell.
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The Pandemic Paradox for Older Workers How job losses and furloughs can lead to a downward economic spiral By Richard Eisenberg Money & Work Editor The book is an interesting mixture of well-researched history and fascinating factoids, together with incredibly detailed – yet simple – descriptions of just HOW you go about achieving factory-type levels of productivity improvements in knowledge work – Reviews: 6.
The Plant Paradox Diet is based on a popular diet book. Its central tenet is that you should avoid lectins, an antinutrient found mostly in. “Different diets work for different people. Some people would thrive on it. But others would not like the foods on the diet and do horribly.” What the Plant Paradox does is takes folks off.
This book examines the contradictions and mismatches between women’s everyday experiences and market representations. It considers how women themselves exhibit paradoxical behaviour in both resisting and supporting conflicting messages. Michael Greger, MD evaluated the book in a video titled “Dr.
Gundry’s The Plant Paradox is Wrong”. Recently, Stephan Guyanet Ph.D. published a detailed review of the book and gave it a grade of scientific accuracy of only 26% on a scale of 1–, suggesting it is more fiction than fact.
It seeks to elaborate the paradox of the (under)valuing of older workers' contributions and provides direction for retaining and supporting the ongoing employability of these workers.
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It looks at why and how labour social movements struggle to gain momentum because of the fragmented solidarity among workers and how workers can become an apparatus impeding social movements.
As the work piles higher and higher, stress levels go up. Burnout is prevalent, and it takes a real toll on employees and employers alike. One more reference early in the book might make you wonder about the authenticity of the research in The Longevity Paradox.
In Chapter 1, the book indicates that “as a study on the impact. The Work Paradox “To work —to work. It is such infinite delight to know that we still have the best things to do.” —Katherine Mansfield, author ().
DO YOU share the idealistic notion of work expressed in the statement above. How do you personally view work. Do you perhaps feel that work is a long, dark tunnel between leisurely. In the first, our work pushes health care providers to jump to problem-solving mode when spending time simply witnessing the suffering is a best first step to help patients.
This tension leads to the second part of the paradox: We need to engage intellectually and emotionally with suffering, but we simultaneously need some detachment from outcomes. His TWO books alone are a Wealth of information, backed up with his own research and the noted research of cutting edge officials, Diet Evolutions and The Plant Paradox by Dr.
Gundry are informative, data full and books that, even today after 6 years, I. The Paradoxes of Today's Workplace Authors Robert P. Gandossy and Nidhi Verma of Hewitt Associates published a wonderful article in the Q1 issue of the WorldatWork Journal titled The Emerging Workforce Meets the Changing Workplace: Confronting and Managing the Paradoxes.
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