Teaching Introduction to Business

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Business in Action, 7th Edition, offers instructors and students a much-needed alternative to texts that either overload students with distracting features and excessive detail or underserve them by making compromises on essential coverage. Business in Action is up to 20 percent shorter than other comprehensive texts, setting the standard in high-productivity learning.

"To reach that state of loyalty where people trust you at your every word requires the daily act of exposing your values, beliefs, convictions, and morals to others in close quarters. When your actions are observed, and you know you can trust your own actions out in the open, your reputation is upheld. People never question your decisions or challenge you on an issue that opposes your character; they know where you stand."

An exhausted worker resting on the floor.

"The video shows work rules that ban tattoos, died hair, short people, and certain ethnic groups from the factories."It also shows exhausted workers sleeping on the floor, using buckets to wash in, squalid communal showers rigged in parking garages, and a disgusting, unclean urinal.

"The film also shows that Apple's contract workers are all very young — CLW alleges there is a ban on workers over 35. You can read the full CLW report here. What follows are photos from the accompanying YouTube video, taken undercover inside Apple's China facilities." . . .

How Companies Learn Your Secrets

04 14th, 2012 Author: Scoop.it Publisher

NYTimes.com takes a look at "how companies learn your secrets."

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