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The Rules of Work, Expanded Edition: A Definitive Code for Personal Success (Richard Templar's Rules)

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The Rules Of Work Richard Templar Pdf PDF

“Learn the lessons of Richard Templar’s bestselling book “The Rules of Work”, and then sit back as your career rockets through the stratosphere ..Templar knows the truth about work and all those tens of thousands of readers know it too.”

“Learn the lessons of Richard Templar’s bestselling book “The Rules of Work”, and then sit back as your career rockets through the stratosphere ..Templar knows the truth about work and all those tens of thousands of readers know it too.”

The Rules of Work, 2/e Richard Templar - Pearson Ed

185 pages, paperback

 

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The Rules of Work  — A Practical Engineering Guide to Ergonomics (Taylor & Francis, 2000)

Every production engineer and safety and health professional should have this basic reference book.

Part One of the book is a comprehensive summary of all the principles and rules of thumb in ergonomics. This is probably the most complete overview now available.

Part Two is a review of quantitative methods, including a new, easy-to-use set of anthropometry tables, useful excerpts of the push-pull-carry guides, how to count motions, etc. All of this is presented in plain language, of course, and heavily illustrated.

See sample pages.

 

 

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Contents

Principles
 


 

 

 

The Rules Of Work Pdf - Free Ebooks Download

The old rules of work applied to an economy of factories and offices, a world of "standard," stable employment with large employers, over careers with more or less predictable trajectories. The new rules belong to another universe—flexible, precarious, and entrepreneurial, less and less tied to specific times, places, and employers.

The old rules of work applied to an economy of factories and offices, a world of "standard," stable employment with large employers, over careers with more or less predictable trajectories. The new rules belong to another universe—flexible, precarious, and entrepreneurial, less and less tied to specific times, places, and employers.