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Human Resources and Organizational Behavior, VCI Signature Series Monographs, Catanzaro, 2012

Human Resources and Organizational Behavior, VCI Signature Series Monographs, Catanzaro, 2012

Price Before VIN Member Discount:$45.00


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If you're the do it yourself kind of person, our management tools are what you're looking for. Our Signature Series® Monographs are detailed explanations and insights into the various management challenges you face every day. Each monograph presents practical and contemporary advice on a particular topic with an emphasis on developing solutions to your problems. All monographs include a Tool Kit in Word/WordPerfect and/or Excel, so you can readily customize them to fit your practice.

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HUMAN RESOURCES & ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR — The One Health Initiative describes the mission of this movement in this way:”recognizing that human and animal health, and mental health (via the human-animal bond phenomenon), are inextricably linked, One Health seeks to promote, improve, and defend the health and well-being of all species.  This monograph extends it to the staff of the practice, and into a ONE WORLD concept, using cutting edge Organizational Behavior concepts to explore the genderational challenges facing practices today and provide assessment and management direction.