In “The Insurance Professional’s Practical Guide to Workers’ Compensation,” Boggs addresses in clear, jargon-free English many of the concepts, policies and practices in... More > workers compensation that brokers, risk advisors, and corporate risk managers need to know. The chapters, such as on which injuries and which workers are covered, free the reader from having to wade through dense legal and regulatory treatises. Boggs explains to non-lawyers legal aspects of workers compensation. If you need to use the book as little as one time a year, get it, because you'll probably need it much more often.< Less
Any linguist can become an entrepreneurial linguist, work with direct clients, and make a good living while maintaining a healthy work/life balance. This book by longtime translating twins Judy and... More > Dagmar Jenner will teach you how to start your entrepreneurial linguist journey. Written in a purposely non-academic style, "The Entrepreneurial Linguist: The Business-School Approach to Freelance Translation" will show you how to market your services to direct clients, build and nurture relationships, grow your client base in a structured way, use web 2.0 to promote your services, and much more. This book is intended for both beginning and established translators and interpreters around the world.< Less
The premium version of the 2008 PMA Photo Book Report includes the overview of the photo book market and the fact sheets as well as an in-depth photo book trends review, written by Future Image Inc.... More > Senior Analyst Paul Worthington. The premium version of the 2008 PMA Photo Book Report is designed to provide a look into the state of the industry through the eyes of market leaders immersed in the photo book segment, adding the perspective of an industry analyst as well. Worthington's section details an inside look at trends, consumers, pricing, printing, software and other factors that make up the photo book market.