Inclusive Capitalism: What It Looks Like In Practice,

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This concise, fast reading book describes Inclusive Capitalism as a capitalist economic system wherein the businesses and organizations are characterized by progressive policies and practices such as paying a living wage, profit sharing, employee speak out meetings, and employee complaint resolution programs. This book goes on to describe how Inclusive Capitalism concepts can solve the Middle Class Squeeze, income inequality, and unemployment, how a company used Inclusive Capitalism concepts to become an industry...
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Overview

This concise, fast reading book describes Inclusive Capitalism as a capitalist economic system wherein the businesses and organizations are characterized by progressive policies and practices such as paying a living wage, profit sharing, employee speak out meetings, and employee complaint resolution programs. This book goes on to describe how Inclusive Capitalism concepts can solve the Middle Class Squeeze, income inequality, and unemployment, how a company used Inclusive Capitalism concepts to become an industry leader, and how Inclusive Capitalism can be established by the government.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781494256890
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 12/16/2013
  • Pages: 74
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.15 (d)

Meet the Author

Leonard C. Scott is a human resources professional with more than forty years in the field. He has been a corporate human resource and labor relations executive, has provided human resource consulting services to a broad range of American and foreign owned companies, and has taught business and human resources management courses at several colleges. He has appeared on a number of radio talk shows and made presentations at national and international professional and trade associations. His educational background includes undergraduate and graduate credentials from the University of Illinois, Northwestern University, and Cornell University. He lives in Dallas, Texas, and can be reached at scottco@airmail.net His website is found at www.lenscottandcompany.com It contains information on his programs, presentations, books, and articles.
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