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📒Job ✍ Samuel Eugene Balentine
✏Job Book Summary : The book of Job is considered by many to be the crown jewel of biblical literature in its claim to speak about God. The word that defines the challenge for every reader of the book is ?struggle.? The struggle results from the fact that whatever Job's truth may be, he was neither the first nor the last to try to articulate it. In the midst of so many words in this world about God from writers within and outside the scriptural witness, this book offers a truly astonishing declaration about what it means to live in a world where order breaks down and chaos runs amok, where the innocent suffer and the wicked thrive, where cries for help go unanswered. This new commentary by biblical scholar Samuel Balentine leads readers on an in-depth and far-reaching look at the nature of the book of Jo & and the various attempts by the many who have sought to further explore Job's essential struggle.
📒Job Aids Basics ✍ Joe Willmore
✏Job AIDS Basics Book Summary : Job aids are often the most effective and sensible approach to maximizing performance results. Whether you're a beginner or just need to brush up on your skills, Job Aids Basics provides practical solutions to your real world problems. By emphasizing hands on experience over theory or models, Joe Willmore, creates an easy to follow guide to creating effective job aids.
📒The Book Of Job ✍ John E. Hartley
✏The Book of Job Book Summary : This commentary on Job follows in the tradition of the NICOT series by providing an up-to-date evangelical commentary based on thorough scholarship. John E. Hartley deals carefully with this book whose language, text, and theology are not only among the most intriguing in the Old Testament but also among the most difficult to grasp.
📒Writing Job Descriptions ✍ Alan Fowler
✏Writing Job Descriptions Book Summary : This book guides you systematically through the whole process of writing a job description - ensuring it is clear, accurate and makes a positive contribution to key management tasks. The book includes practical help on: - deciding what to include with full-length examples for simple and more complex jobs - defining essential job constituents - maintaining flexibility while avoiding contractual difficulties - using job descriptions to increase the effectiveness of your recruitment, selection, induction and appraisal procedures - tailoring information to assist in job evaluation.
📒Job Analysis At The Speed Of Reality ✍ Darin E. Hartley
✏Job Analysis at the Speed of Reality Book Summary : The benefits of this highly streamlined job analysis process include: gathering job data quickly (normally 2-3 hours), making job-based training recommendations rapidly, saving money on costly consultants for job analysis, using a consistent process across the organization and creating validated task lists that can be used for job redesign and workforce deployment.
📒Job 1 21 ✍ C. L. Seow
✏Job 1 21 Book Summary : Includes bibliographical references and index.
📒Job And Work Analysis ✍ Michael T. Brannick
✏Job and Work Analysis Book Summary : Thoroughly updated and revised, this Second Edition is the only book currently on the market to present the most important and commonly used methods in human resource management in such detail. The authors clearly outline how organizations can create programs to improve hiring and training, make jobs safer, provide a satisfying work environment, and help employees to work smarter. Throughout, they provide practical tips on how to conduct a job analysis, often offering anecdotes from their own experiences.
📒Job ✍ Norman Whybray
✏Job Book Summary : This commentary on the book of Job is a non-technical commentary but it is full of Whybray's most mature reflections on the book. The Introduction deals with the nature and purpose of the book, its specific and distinctive theology, its themes and its various parts and their mutual relationship. Thereafter, Norman Whybray, who is renowned for his insightful commentaries, usually comments on small sections of the text, and verse-by-verse in some especially difficult passages. As a whole, his commentary is illustrative of the fact that the book of Job is more concerned with the nature of God than with the problem of suffering. This is a reprint of the original edition in 1998.
📒Teacher Morale Job Satisfaction And Motivation ✍ Linda Evans
✏Teacher Morale Job Satisfaction and Motivation Book Summary : `This book is a wonderfully intimate account of the feelings of teachers about their managers, and a useful staff development tool at INSET or for personal reflection.... One of the excellent strands in this book is the end section of each chapter - A Management Perspective: Issues for Consideration - which will provoke much discussion within actual and aspiring management. Taken out of context each is thought- provoking; in context professionality will be challenged. Recommended for those wishing to improve their management skills, and the seriously nosy!' - Education Review Teacher Morale, Job Satisfaction and Motivation focuses on the much neglected perspective of the 'managed' teacher.
📒Job And Work Design ✍ Sharon K. Parker
✏Job and Work Design Book Summary : This book equips readers with a sound understanding of research, theory and the practical aspects of job design. It critiques the theory and research which provide the foundations of our current understanding of job design, pointing to a need for methodological improvements and a broader conceptual focus. The authors examine recent innovations in manufacturing technologies, techniques and philosophies and how these affect work design, research and practice. They also look at wider trends in manufacturing and elsewhere, such as teleworking, downsizing, the development of a contingent workforce and the changing composition of the workforce. The volume describes how the redesign of work has implications for wider organizationa