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Wouldn't it be great if money grew on trees? But since it doesn't, everyone has to learn how to earn and manage money in order to live-and it's never too early to start. This book offers today's teens the best and most up-to-date tips on how to make money, how to spend it, how to invest and save it, and how to protect it. Learn how to land that first job, figure out your paycheck, and negotiate a raise. Discover how to stretch your money to cover all of your needs and (at least some of!) your wants. Learn to be a savvy saver to vastly improve your life. Really! Once you've started to accumulate property and money, you're not done managing your financial life. Far from it! Find out what it takes and how much it will cost.
Most people waste money on Google AdWords because their product or service is wrong for AdWords or they fail to execute a smart AdWords campaign. After reading this book, you will know if your product or service is right for Google AdWords, and you will learn every phase of managing and executing a successful Google AdWords campaign so that you don't waste money on Google AdWords.
God cares a great deal more about our money than most of us imagine. The sheer enormity of Scripture’s teaching on this subject screams for our attention. In fact, Jesus says more about how we are to view and handle money and possessions than about any other topic—including both heaven and hell. In Managing God's Money, Randy Alcorn breaks down exactly what the Bible has to say about how we are to handle our money and posessions in a simple, easy-to-follow format. Filled with Scripture references, Managing God's Money is the perfect reference tool for anyone who is interested in gaining a solid biblical understanding of money, possessions, and eternity.
This text is a lively, well-written, and carefully illustrated guide to the mysteries and mystique of how people are compensated for their efforts in all types of organizations. With clear discussions of what works, what doesn't, and why, this intensely practical handbook it covers such topics as job evaluation; job pricing; employee benefit programs; pay for performance; and the compensation of executives, sales personnel, and international employees. Executives and managers with no special training in pay determination and management will find it an easily accessible handbook that not only makes clear how compensation systems are conceived and developed but most importantly, how they are implemented and administrated. Its logical presentation and full coverage makes the book valuable as a text for upper-level college students as well as a solid instructional resource for teachers. The authors open with an overview of compensation and its role in organizations and then move to the legal environment in which compensation is embedded and the laws that govern it. They describe current and traditional views of motivation and elucidate the importance of job analysis and its end products--job description and job specification. The role of compensation surveys and their use in assigning monetary rates to jobs are discussed. A topic of special interest to executives in New Economy organizations will be the purpose and importance of benefits, particularly indirect monetary compensation, stock options, and other pay for performance incentives. Caruth and Handlogten address the challange of compensating teams and pay special attention to the, often unique, problem of compensating uppermost management, sales people, and employees abroad. The text concludes with practical suggestions for the on-going maintenance and management of compensation systems and how to adapt them to changing organizational circumstances.
The transformation of the eastern provinces of the Roman empire from the middle of the seventh century CE under the impact of Islam has attracted a good deal of scholarly attention in recent years, and as more archaeological material becomes available, has been subject to revision and rethinking in ways that radically affect what we know or understand about the area, about state-building and the economy and society of the early Islamic world, and about issues such as urbanisation, town-country relations, the ways in which a different religious culture impacted on the built environment, and about politics. This volume represents the fruits of a workshop held at Princeton University in May 2007 to discuss the ways in which recent work has affected our understanding of the nature of economic and exchange activity in particular, and the broader implications of these advances for the history of the region.
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