A. Bernard Frechtman’s sixth book Staffing Industry Law: A Guide for the Personnel Professional, is based upon his decades of nationwide practice as an attorney in seemingly every possible legal situation confronting the staffing industry. -PAUL HAWKINSON
Staffing Industry Law: A Guide for the Personnel Professional, is based upon his decades of nationwide practice as an attorney in seemingly every possible legal situation confronting the staffing industryPurchase my books
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Staffing Industry Law will pay for itself over and over again each time there is any kind of a legal issue relative to the staffing industry. Whenever you retain an attorney without experience in staffing law, this book is an excellent reference, and is one of the best investments you can make in our business today.
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