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Tools of the Trade By Disability Management Employer Coalition
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Tools of the Trade provides state-of-the-art integrated disability and absence management (IDAM) knowledge in one easy-to-use desk reference. It contains useful tools to help build the business case... More > for programs and move projects forward. Included are numerous illustrations, charts, statistics, best practices, employer checklists, and references to credible industry sources< Less
Terms of the Trade: Compilation of Definitions for the Absence, Disability, Health and Productivity Professional By Disability Management Employer Coalition
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This glossary, with more than 870 words, phrases and terms, is the final publication in a three-book resource guide series for absence, wellness and disability professionals. Industry practitioners... More > and thought leaders will find this manual a valuable reference in developing programs that seek to improve the health and productivity of their workforce. Previous books cover the development of integrated disability, absence and productivity models and establishment the of return-to-work programs.< Less
Bhagavad Gita By Veda Vyasa
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Traduction en français de la bhagavad gita, om pūrṇamadaḥ pūrṇamidaṁ pūrṇātpūrṇamaducyate | pūrṇasya... More > pūrṇamādāya pūrṇamevāvaśiṣyate || om śāntiś śāntiś śāntiḥ Cet Être éternel, absolu et non-manifesté [adaḥ] est Plénitude [pūrṇam]; et ce monde relatif, manifesté et toujours-changeant de l'exitence phénoménale [idaṁ] est Plénitude [pūrṇam]. De cette Plénitude {de cet Être éternel, absolu et non-manifesté} [pūrṇāt], cette Plénitude {ce monde relatif, manifesté et toujours-changeant} [pūrṇam] se manifeste [udacyate]. Quand cette Plénitude {ce monde relatif, manifesté et toujours-changeant} [pūrṇam] se fond dans [ādāya] cette Plénitude {dans cet Être éternel, absolu et non-manifesté} [pūrṇasya], tout ce qui reste est [eva avaśiṣyate] Plénitude [pūrṇam].< Less