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Publisher: Iconaclast Publishing
Release Date:  2004
ISBN:   0973250208
Format Reviewed:  Paperback
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Genre:   Non-Fiction/Management = Self Help
Reviewed: 2003
Reviewer:   Suzie Housley
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All Work and No Say . . .ho hum another day
How to Captivate Your Workforce, Boost Morale and Increase Productivity
By Jody Urquhart

      Every day, millions of people quit their jobs. What drives an individual to take so a drastic a step as walking away from a high-paying job? Often the answer is found in what type of management style they are forced to endure each day. It is a proven fact that managers who choose to micro-manage their employees are costing their companies millions of dollars each year.

       In All Work and No Say, Jody Urquhart offers insight on how managers can learn to motivate, manage, and retain employees. Her helpful suggestions and proven facts lay out the groundwork to help strengthen any business.

      What I found so fascinating about this book is that it gives you the key information without bogging you down with management textbook philosophy. I think this book would be an excellent learning tool that could be put to good use in colleges worldwide. This author’s simple-to-understand approach is the much needed substance needed to empower corporate management. By reading and applying these techniques, they could save millions of dollars each year by being able to satisfy the needs of their employees. This, in turn, would lower the rate of job turnover, which costs a tremendous amount of money in retraining replacements.

       I would highly recommend this book to any manager or company who is serious about learning what motivates employees.

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