- Tapa dura: 216 páginas
- Editor: Techpress Pub (8 de septiembre de 2010)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0976354098
- ISBN-13: 978-0976354093
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Job Killers: The American Dream in Reverse (Inglés) Tapa dura – 8 sep 2010
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The current economic crisis has America reeling. Every day, businesses are losing millions of dollars to global competitors and more Americans are finding pink slips where there should be paychecks. While there are many culprits that have contributed to this mess, one perpetrator plays an especially damaging role in suppressing our country's ability to climb out of this recession.Labor Unions.In his controversial new book, Job Killers: The American Dream in Reverse, financial expert Robert S. Graham calls for the eradication of labor unions, detailing their strong-arm politicking, forced memberships and outlandish policies that are not only failing to serve their members, but are a detriment to our country's financial security and survival.Countless studies by many of the nation's top economists show labor unions' parasitic influence on our workforce, Graham said. It's time to take back America's right to work and prosper and there is no better time than the present to make it happen. Job Killers offers concrete, sustainable solutions to getting America's businesses back on track such as enacting more right-to-work laws and states seeking more control of their economic potential. In addition, Graham arms readers with the tools necessary to obtain synergy in the workplace without the presence of unions as well as economic recovery fundamentals. Employees, business managers and government leaders alike should be reading this insightful book chock-full of solutions. Job Killers provides answers and solutions on increasing profits and productivity in the workplace in a volatile economy.
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Job Killers is a blend of well-researched data and a passion for seeing our country's businesses thrive again despite unsavory economic circumstances. Offering results- based strategies, this book presents realistic solutions that include eradicating a now defunct union base, which in turn, will put Americans back to work and our nation on competitive footing in the global economy. Job Killers Examines: The American history surrounding Unions- Good, bad, and ugly Unions Hurt- The negative impact unions have on American Jobs and the US Economy The Wedge Model- Removing outside destructive forces Building Synergy with workers and business-Protecting the future The rights of workers- Labor Laws Our Right-to-Work- Job creation and our constitutional freedom It's time for Americans to understand the true impact of organized labor. We are all searching for financial security. Our personal efforts and competencies should dictate our future. WE must return to the value of accomplishment and reject the lure of entitlement. Robert S. GrahamVer Descripción del producto
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Graham has meticulously provided a huge number of actual facts in his book. I will keep this on my shelf from now on.
I believe both sides have valid points & there needs to be a balance, which is the tricky part. The CEO's are grossly over paid. The ratio use to be 40 to 1, but it's now up to 400 to & more! Benefits are available to politicians & CEO's & often for life, with Health Insurance & a great Pension.
There appears to be absolutely no trickle down effect for the working class. The situation is totally FUBAR. The CEO's are a refection of the these businesses. Publicly traded American companies have to file a Form 10-K, an annual report of the company’s finances and performance, with the SEC. This report reveals what the CEO's make.
Here's How to Locate What The CEO's Make:
You can locate information about executive pay in: (1) the company's annual proxy statement; (2) the company's annual report on Form 10-K; and (3) registration statements filed by the company to register securities for sale to the public.
The easiest place to look up information on executive pay is probably the annual proxy statement. Annual reports on Form 10-K and registration statements might simply refer you to the information in the annual proxy statement, rather than presenting the information directly.
Simply copy & paste the following text into Google search:
"How can I obtain a copy of a company's annual proxy statement?"
This book is a must-read for business owners and managers as well as lawmakers interested in increasing profitability in their states and districts. This book leaves me feeling inspired to help bring our country back to greatness.