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The Hired Hand

Author : Robert D. San Souci
ISBN : 0142404500
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Old Sam hires a man to help out at his saw mill, and the hired hand also teaches Sam's lazy son a lesson about how to treat people.

Honey And The Hired Hand

Author : Joan Johnston
ISBN : 9781460305232
Genre : Fiction
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When her first husband, a Texas Ranger,was killed on the job, Honey Farrell swore she'd never risk her heart again. She no longer has time for men, anyway—not with a ranch to run, a dwindling bank account and two teenaged boys to raise. So when cowboy Jesse Whitelaw turns up on her doorstep looking for work, he seems like the answer to her prayers. But Honey doesn't know that Jesse's actually a Ranger himself, going undercover to break up a cattle-rustling ring—and as she and Jesse get closer, the secrets he's keeping could destroy them both.

Boss Lady And The Hired Hand

Author : Barbara McMahon
ISBN : 9781460873724
Genre : Fiction
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SINGLE MOM NEEDS A HELPING HAND Amanda Williams' troubles were just beginning when the sexiest cowboy in Wyoming accepted a job on her ranch. Now, instead of having only business on her mind, she was fantasizing about long, lazy hours in a bed with her new hired hand . CONFIRMED BACHELOR NEEDS A LESSON IN LOVE Hawk Blackstone didn't believe in roots he was a wandering man for hire. But he never could resist a little filly in distress, so he came to Amanda's rescue. Hawk vowed to keep his distance, yet her lips were too sweet a temptation to resist. If only he could convince the lovely rancher he was just what she needed .

The Hired Hand

Author : Melissa Schroeder
ISBN : 9780985447182
Genre : Fiction
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ISBN : OCLC:151238468
Genre : Electric apparatus and appliances
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Hired Hands Or Human Resources

Author : Bruce E. Kaufman
ISBN : 0801448301
Genre : Business & Economics
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In a companion volume to Managing the Human Factor, also from Cornell, Bruce E. Kaufman shows how American firms transitioned from the traditional "hired hand" model of human resource management (HRM) to the modern "human resources" version popular today. Kaufman illuminates through fifteen detailed case studies the structure and operation of HRM programs and practices across a diverse range of American business firms spanning the fifty years from 1880 to 1930. Nine of the fifteen case studies in Hired Hands or Human Resources? examine HRM before World War I and document the highly informal, decentralized, externalized, and sometimes harsh nature of the people-management practices of that era. The remaining six span the Welfare Capitalism decade of the 1920s and reveal the marked transformation to a more progressive and professional model of personnel practice at some companies, along with continued reliance on the traditional model at others. Kaufman gained access to the richly detailed audits of company HRM programs prepared during the 1920s by Industrial Relations Counselors, Inc., and draws upon this trove of information to present the most in-depth, up-close evidence available of how companies of this period managed their employees and how the practice of HRM evolved and developed. Hired Hands or Human Resources? features new insights into key subjects such as the strategic versus tactical nature of early HRM, alternative models of workforce governance used in these years, and the reasons some companies created autonomous HRM departments.

Hired Hands

Author : Cecilia Danysk
ISBN : 0771025521
Genre : History
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In this first full-length study of labour in Canadian prairie agriculture during the period of settlement and expansion, Cecilia Danysk examines the changing work and the growing rural community of the West through the eyes of the workers themselves.

The Hired Man

Author : Aminatta Forna
ISBN : 9780802193100
Genre : Fiction
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An award-winning Scottish and Sierra Leonean novelist “brilliantly portrays the atmosphere” of Croatia in this haunting tale of war, history, and secrets (The Guardian). Visitors are not common in the small Croatian village of Gost, so Duro is surprised to see a strange car pull up to a well-known farmhouse just outside of town. Laura, a British woman, and her two children are refurbishing the home to be their summer cottage, and Duro agrees to lend a hand, becoming Laura’s confidant along the way. But the rest of the residents of Gost are not so pleased to have outsiders in their midst. As Duro works to shield Laura and her family from the town’s hostility, volatile secrets begin to bubble to the surface—secrets that could threaten everyone in the seemingly sleepy town, even the unwitting new residents. The Hired Man is a story of lost love, dangerous history, and quiet malice. “Not since Remains of the Day has an author so skillfully revealed the way history’s layers are invisible to all but it’s participants, who do what they must to survive” (The Boston Globe).

Honey And The Hired Hand Pb

Author : Joan Johnston
ISBN : OCLC:1003085272
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From Higher Aims To Hired Hands

Author : Rakesh Khurana
ISBN : 1400830869
Genre : Business & Economics
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Is management a profession? Should it be? Can it be? This major work of social and intellectual history reveals how such questions have driven business education and shaped American management and society for more than a century. The book is also a call for reform. Rakesh Khurana shows that university-based business schools were founded to train a professional class of managers in the mold of doctors and lawyers but have effectively retreated from that goal, leaving a gaping moral hole at the center of business education and perhaps in management itself. Khurana begins in the late nineteenth century, when members of an emerging managerial elite, seeking social status to match the wealth and power they had accrued, began working with major universities to establish graduate business education programs paralleling those for medicine and law. Constituting business as a profession, however, required codifying the knowledge relevant for practitioners and developing enforceable standards of conduct. Khurana, drawing on a rich set of archival material from business schools, foundations, and academic associations, traces how business educators confronted these challenges with varying strategies during the Progressive era and the Depression, the postwar boom years, and recent decades of freewheeling capitalism. Today, Khurana argues, business schools have largely capitulated in the battle for professionalism and have become merely purveyors of a product, the MBA, with students treated as consumers. Professional and moral ideals that once animated and inspired business schools have been conquered by a perspective that managers are merely agents of shareholders, beholden only to the cause of share profits. According to Khurana, we should not thus be surprised at the rise of corporate malfeasance. The time has come, he concludes, to rejuvenate intellectually and morally the training of our future business leaders.

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