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Just Work

Author : Russell MUIRHEAD
ISBN : 9780674041271
Genre : Philosophy
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This elegant essay on the justice of work focuses on the fit between who we are and the kind of work we do. Russell Muirhead shows how the common hope for work that fulfills us involves more than personal interest; it also points to larger understandings of a just society. We are defined in part by the jobs we hold, and Muirhead has something important to say about the partial satisfactions of the working life, and the increasingly urgent need to balance the claims of work against those of family and community. Against the tendency to think of work exclusively in contractual terms, Muirhead focuses on the importance of work to our sense of a life well lived. Our notions of freedom and fairness are incomplete, he argues, without due consideration of how we fit the work we do. Muirhead weaves his argument out of sociological, economic, and philosophical analysis. He shows, among other things, how modern feminism's effort to reform domestic work and extend the promise of careers has contributed to more democratic understandings of what it means to have work that fits. His account of individual and social fit as twin standards of assessment is original and convincing--it points both to the unavoidable problem of distributing bad work in society and to the personal importance of finding fulfilling work. These themes are pursued through a wide-ranging discussion that engages thinkers from Plato to John Stuart Mill to Betty Friedan. "Just Work" shows what it would mean for work to make good on the high promise so often invested in it and suggests what we--both as a society and as individuals--might do when it falls short.

Just Work

Author : G. Michelson
ISBN : 9781137350169
Genre : Business & Economics
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Exploring major questions such as what people want from their work and why, Just Work discusses both new and enduring themes, examining to what extent this is accounted for by a changing environment of work since the 1970s.

It Might Just Work

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ISBN : 0920715435
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Just Work

Author : A. A. Choudry
ISBN : 1783713402
Genre : BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
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Just How Do Affirmations Work

Author : May Sinclair
ISBN : 9781604942552
Genre : Self-Help
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So you've read "The Secret," but your life is pretty much the same. Your thoughts on abundance didn't improve that crummy job; in fact, the amount of tedious work you had to do increased. You thank your coffee every morning, and now you drink more of it rather than need it less. Years after reading Deepak Chopra's "The Seven Spiritual Laws," you can't remember anything about the laws of intent -- only that it's important to bring a flower to the host when attending a dinner party. You tried meditating, but mostly just fell asleep. Oh, and yes, all you learned from Louise Hay's "You Can Heal Your Life" was that your sinus headaches are caused by your irritation with all those crazy people close to you. Humph. Are you ready to "really" understand how those spiritual laws work? Then let's take it to the next level. About the Author May Sinclair earned her doctorate in the philosophy of metaphysics soon after her fiftieth birthday. An award-winning and internationally acclaimed author, she writes extensively about ancient disciplines connected with symbolism and teaches private workshops on dream interpretation and analysis from a Jungian perspective. She also writes under her nom de plume, Mason Clare. All her work draws upon her knowledge of ancient and modern philosophical teachings, fostering a merging of our physical, mental, and spiritual selves.

Just Work

Author : Maurizio Fantato
ISBN : 1505662133
Genre : Business & Economics
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The beauty of "Just Work" is that it addresses the challenges and provides possible course of action for each of them. What is more it does so with a light touch that makes it an easy read! Whilst some readers may wish to dip in and out of the book, it may be beneficial to read from cover to cover, not only for the practicalities, but also address developments in different job markets and different career paths. By reading the entire book the reader will be better prepared for all eventualities and is likely to learn more about the range of opportunities facing him or herself. Even if you have a clear plan of the path you want to follow reading the book thoroughly will better prepare you to make a success of following that path.

Just Work

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ISBN : 0264670701
Genre : Work
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How To Work With Just About Anyone

Author : Lucy Gill
ISBN : 9780743201728
Genre : Business & Economics
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THREE SIMPLE STEPS FOR TRANSFORMING YOUR WORKPLACE Every office has them: the ever-complaining colleague...the co-worker who is constantly late for meetings...the boss who either blows up at you or blows you off...or the one person who drives everyone else totally crazy. The problem is, the conventional methods -- like repeated warnings, threats, and heartfelt discussions -- for dealing with this negative behavior often don't seem to work. Drawing on a wealth of professional experience as well as forty years of research, Lucy Gill exposes the futility of these common practices and replaces them with a three-step strategy for creating a productive, conflict-free workplace: 1. Get to the heart of the matter by focusing on what the real problem is. 2. Determine what problem-solving methods to avoid so that you don't perpetuate the conflict. 3. Choose a different and even surprising approach that will solve the problem and keep it solved. Whether you're just starting out in your career or you already have an office along the executive corridor, How to Work with Just About Anyone provides the key to success, satisfaction, and sanity in the workplace.

It Should Just Work

Author : Michael Hamilton
ISBN : 9780992452018
Genre : Computers
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IS SOFTWARE A CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTOR WITHIN YOUR BUSINESS? ARE YOU EXPERIENCING CHALLENGES WITH YOUR SOFTWARE? For software applications to achieve optimal delivery there are many variables behind the scenes that need to be carefully aligned. Too often, software projects or initiatives fall short of their original goal, with 30% of all I.T projects failing. This book addresses this problem, providing insight into how your software applications large or small can best achieve their optimal outcome. Available in both paperback and e-book versions “It Should Just Work; Customer Satisfaction and the Value of Software Testing” outlines a 4-step process of “Problem, Cause, Treat & Apply” to address the challenges faced with your software delivery. “It Should Just Work” explains why you need software testing and the benefits it will have on your bottom line! WRITTEN SPECIFICALLY FOR EXECUTIVES, BUSINESS OR TECHNOLOGY OWNERS, THE BOOK ADDRESSES AND INCLUDES: - Software testing operation models - Effective test management - Staff confidence and assertiveness - Mobile device testing - Staff delegation & communication methods - Off-shoring - Case studies – what to do and what to avoid - Bonus material - “The 7 critical steps to delivering quality software” If you’re looking for advice about developing, selecting, upgrading or maintaining software, this is the book for you.

It S Nothing Personal It S Just Work

Author : Aniekan Akpaffiong
ISBN : 1469982412
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In today's frequently volatile marketplace, the likelihood is good that we will all confront increasing challenges to career advancement, not to mention the possibility of unemployment. Whether you're trying to position yourself better at your current job, or attempting to reenter the workforce, seasoned professional Aniekan Akpaffiong's indispensable resource will provide you with the advice, insight, and incentive to gain a crucial advantage in a competitive and rapidly-evolving job market.It's Nothing Personal, It's Just Work: Get Ahead By Growing Your Career Like a Business lays down a proactive game plan to facilitate employees of all levels to rise from the fray to maintain a professional edge. Clear-eyed, concise, and actionable, it serves up a practical, matter-of-fact strategy to navigate every possible scenario in a career trajectory, from learning how to remain valuable to finding your next great opportunity. The guide is divided into three sections, covering what to do while you are still employed; while you are looking for a job; and just after you have landed a new position. Throughout, It's Nothing Personal, It's Just Work drives home the new professional mandate, "Work smarter and harder" as an approach to employment to ensure you maintain and enhance your value to the organization. At the same time, the book offers tactics and perspectives for you to remain nimble, so that you take control of your career and eliminate the fears around the uncertainties in the work place. If there is one thing you can check off your list today to forge a productive and profitable career tomorrow, it is to invest in this smart, straight-shooting dispatch from the trenches of corporate America today.

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