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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
U.S. Photo Industry 2008: Review and Forecast (PREMIUM Edition) By PMA Marketing Research
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Includes more charts regarding DSLR sales, adoption of digital cameras, memory cards, digital frames, home photo printers and online prices for prints and custom products. A review of the major photo... More > categories in 2007 and forecasts through 2010.U.S. digital photo spending is expected grow by 3.2 percent in 2008.After topping 2007 estimates, U.S. digital camera unit sales are expected to grow only slightly in 2008. Revenues will be soft.Online ordering is the fastest growing photo print ordering method.Custom photo merchandise value expected at just less than $1.5 billion in 2008. Specifically... (list of charts)< Less
The Management of Strategy in the Marketplace By Ernest R. Cadotte, Harry J. Bruce
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Steno Drills 101 By Lois Schoenbeck
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This book is a compilation of drills written over a period of time in an effort to give my students the tools to overcome the categories of errors most made on dictation tests. I am an on-site and... More > online court reporting instructor and grade hundreds of dictation tests each year. In the process of that grading, it seemed that the same kinds of mistakes were being made over and over again; so for a year, I kept an accounting of categories of errors made on dictation tests. The result of that accounting was that briefs and phrases, contractions, word endings, alphabet, and numbers were the categories in which most steno errors were made. I looked around for drills for my students to help resolve the problems they were having in these five categories. I could find number drills but not drills for the other four categories; so I began to create drills, week by week, until I had a year’s worth of drills to assign to my students. This book contains those drills.< Less

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