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Case, John
November 2002
Inc.;Nov2002, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p74
Discusses issues that should be taken into consideration before deciding to resign from a job and become self-employed. Statistical survey conducted by the U.S. government about the number of self-employed business owners in the country as of 2001; Key developments in business organizations which encourage employees to stay with the company; Things and services provided by companies to motivate employees to perform effectively.


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