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Rebuilding downtrodden job market and madhouse society

Author: Marvin F Burgess
Publisher: Commack, N.Y. : Kroshka Books, ©1996.
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Covers major areas which have had a destructive impact against America's business/manufacturing job market. This title describes the Strategy and techniques for rebuilding America's full time  Read more...

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Burgess, Marvin F.
Rebuilding downtrodden job market and madhouse society.
Commack, N.Y. : Kroshka Books, ©1996
(OCoLC)654590811
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Marvin F Burgess
ISBN: 1560722835 9781560722830 156072269X 9781560722694
OCLC Number: 33442754
Description: 412 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. America's Inefficiencies Quietly Destroying Job Market --
Ch. 2. The Dynamics of World Wide Business Job Market Systems --
Ch. 3. American Madhouse of Political Correctism, Totalitarianism, Socialism and Job Market Killing --
Ch. 4. America's Dreadful Business/Manufacturing Job Market Decline --
Ch. 5. America's New Politically Correct Socialism Underemployment Job Market --
Ch. 6. Political Correctism, Socialism, Failed Institutions are Lowering Job Market Career Opportunities --
Ch. 7. Decline of American Society Institutions Foundations --
Ch. 8. Downfall of American Institutions, Their Failures and Imbalance --
Ch. 9. Political Correctism --
The "New Religion" Philosophy of Authority, of Governing --
Ch. 10. Omnipotent Propagandizing TV Media Institution Implementing Anti-Institutions Agenda --
Ch. 11. Destructive Imperial Congressional Institution (1955-1994) --
Ch. 12. Overpowering, Big Bureaucratic Government Guarantees Failures Anywhere, U.S. or Soviet Union. Ch. 13. Bloated, Inefficient, Out of Control, Bureaucratic Totalitarian Government Institution --
Ch. 14. Rapidly Spreading Legal Institution, and Legalese, America's 2nd Language --
Ch. 15. Institutionalized Onslaught Against Business/Manufacturing Job Market Institution --
Ch. 16. Bureaucracies --
Inefficiencies and Failures --
Ch. 17. Typical Bureaucratic Bureaucracies Organizational Failures --
Ch. 18. Alarming Backsliding of American Technology --
Ch. 19. America's Ineffective Institutionalized Philosophy of Management --
Ch. 20. Weaknesses of American Business/Manufacturing Job Market Institution Today --
Ch. 21. American Out-of-Date Business Philosophy of Management --
Ch. 22. New Society/Institution Philosophy and Strategy Mechanisms for Business Job Market Development --
Ch. 23. Reasons for Downsizing All 86,000 American Governments --
Ch. 24. Downsizing Techniques for All 86,000 American Governments --
Ch. 25. New Philosophy/Strategy for Business Management. Ch. 26. New Philosophy/Strategy for Business Information/Communications --
Ch. 27. New Philosophy/Strategy for Business Human Resources --
Ch. 28. New Philosophy/Strategy for Business Public Relations --
Ch. 29. Long Term Rebuilding/Maintenance Strategy for Sustained Business Job Market Growth.
Responsibility: by Marvin F. Burgess.

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