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Author: Jonathan Winterton,Christopher Molander
ISBN: 0415068533
Subcategory: Human Resources
Pages 208 pages
Publisher Van Nostrand Reinhold (February 1, 1995)
Language English
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eBook Managing Human Resources (Elements of Business) download

by Jonathan Winterton,Christopher Molander


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