- Fiona Somerset (ed.), Four Wycliffite Dialogues: Dialogue between Jon and Richard, Dialogue between a Friar and a Secular, Dialogue between Reson and Gabbyng, Dialogue between a Clerk and a Knight. Fletcher, Alan J. // Notes & Queries;Sep2010, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p432
The article reviews the book "Four Wycliffite Dialogues: Dialogue between Jon and Richard, Dialogue between a Friar and a Secular, Dialogue between Reson and Gabbyng, Dialogue between a Clerk and a Knight," edited by Fiona Somerset.
- Four Wycliffite Dialogues: Dialogue Between Jon and Richard, Dialogue Between a Friar and a Secular, Dialogue Between Reson and Gabbyng, Dialogue Between a Clerk and a Knight. von Nolcken, Christina // Medium Aevum;2014, Vol. 83 Issue 2, p359
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- Moving up. Sokolosky, V. // Women in Business;Jan/Feb92, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p8
Addresses a variety of questions concerning workplace issues. Overseas protocol; Creating a kinder, gentler office; Entertaining a foreign visitor.
- Working it out. // Women in Business;Sep/Oct92, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p5
Presents the results of a survey by Accountemps, a temporary personnel service based in California, concerning staff conflicts in the work place. Survey polled executives from 1,000 of the nation's largest companies; Managers spend 13 percent of their time resolving personality conflicts; Max...
- The fun and games of business: Office toys. Oeltjen, Holly // Women in Business;Nov/Dec92, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p24
Looks at toys that can be played with at work. Acceptance as an office tool; True toys vs. gadgets; Ways to use toys at the office.
- Title inflation. // Men's Health (10544836);Jan/Feb92, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p16
Discusses how many employers are now giving inflated job titles instead of raises. This is now very common and may be because your boss is too cheap.
- Making employees owners. Spragins, Ellyn E. // Inc.;Dec92, Vol. 14 Issue 13, p34
Gives three answers to the question, should you share equity in your company with your employees. Dennis Flynn, Heritage Asset Management, Dallas, says yes, because it's fair to loyal workers; Cheryl Klein, Walt Klein & Associates, Winston-Salem, N.C., says no, because it causes too many...
- The front desk: Seat of marketing power. Bernstein, Alan L. // ENT: Ear, Nose & Throat Journal;Mar1997, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p174
Focuses on the significance of the front desk person or assistant as a marketing strategy. Outcome of the marketing program.
- A BLAST FROM THE PAST. // Psychology Today;Jan92, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p14
Reports that feelings and experiences from your family of origin have contaminated your work relationships. Study by Rick Weinberg and Larry Mauksch; Patterns that carry over; Three steps to avoid using old behavior patterns to tackle office problems.