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Authors: Stephen M. Pollan,Mark Levine

Tags: #Psychology, #Self Help, #Business

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organizational culture

as job factor

organizational stability

Orwell, George

outplacement counseling

paid sick days

paid time off

Paley, Grace

pay.
See
salary and wages

pay raises

employment contract provisions for
new employees and
tips for getting

pension benefits

as job offer consideration
legal protections concerning
See also
retirement plans

performance reviews

personal appearance

personal control.
See
control, personal

personal interests

personality types, of bosses

personal life

first-time job seeker considerations and
“having it all” and
switching industries and
unemployed people and issues concerning
working to live and
work’s impact on

personal relationships

away from work
cultivating of
as job sources
as reason for working
romantic

personal satisfaction

careers as source of
finding of away from job
as first-time job seeker considerations
switching industries and
unemployed people and issues concerning
working to live and

personal time, paid

personal work plans

pessimism

Peter Principle

Peters, Fred

Philby, Kim

Philip Morris

physiological needs

politeness

power, as reason for working

praise

priority setting, job offers and

private job openings

proactive planning, for leaving job

productivity

professional associations

professional journals

profit maximization

promotions

proximity to workplace

Pryor, Jerry

psychological satisfaction.
See
personal satisfaction

quitting job

racial discrimination

religious minorities, legal protections for

respect

earning of off the job
as reason for working

résumés

retirement plans.
See also
pension benefits

Rolodex renting

romantic relationships

Roosevelt, Eleanor

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano

Rosenfeld, Wendy

sabbaticals

safety, as job offer consideration

safety needs

salary and wages

bonuses
as job offer consideration
negotiation strategies
performance review issues and
raises in
severance pay and
as workplace value indicator
See also
income

satisfaction.
See
personal satisfaction

second-generation social life

security

attaining of off the job
as reason for working
See also
job security

self-actualization needs

self-confidence

self-esteem

self-expression

away from work
as reason for working

self-fulfillment

self-image

self-interest

September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks

serial job hunts

service

off-job performance of
as reason for working

service firms

severance

negotiation of

sexual discrimination

sexual harassment

sexual orientation, legal protections and

Shanahan, Sean

sick days, paid

Sinetar, Marsha

skills, work-related

opportunity for learning
résumé listings of
transferability of
work plans and

Skinner, B. F.

smiling

social contacts

first-time job seekers and
as job sources
second-generation social life and
switching industries and
unemployed people and
See also
networking

socializing, key tips for

Social Security

Society for Human Resource Managers

spiritual satisfaction.
See
personal satisfaction

stability, organizational

status, of job position

Steinbrenner, George

stickler-type bosses

Stoerdeur, Elizabeth

success

focus on boss’s
measuring personal

Sykes, Will

talents

Tapley, Mark

tax deductions

temporary employment agencies

tenure

termination

leaving job before
reasons for
severance pay
signs of impending
unemployment compensation
See also
unemployment

termination agreements

term life insurance

Thoreau, Henry David

time off

paid
unpaid

titles, job

trade magazines

transcendence needs

transfers, job

travel

for pleasure
as reason for working

Truman, Harry S.

tuition reimbursement

unemployment

dealing with
job-search options
See also
termination

unemployment compensation

unpaid time off

vacation time

value, workplace-related

values, corporate

volunteering

wages.
See
salary and wages

wants, of bosses

Warshaw, Bruce

Wayne, John

Web sites, as job-fishing tool

Welessa, Andy

Wickfield, Agnes

Winkle, Nathan

women, legal protections for

women’s movement

work and workplace

advancement opportunities in
attitude toward
careers vs. jobs
current status of
discriminatory practices
environment of
hours logged
job security
justice in
legislative protections
office politics
personal control issues and
personal relationships and
promotions and
proximity to
self-expression issues and
seven-step approach to
See also
bosses; boss types; jobs

work image

working to live

work plans, personal

work profiles

Yamen, Sal

Zimmer, David

Thanks to Dave Conti and Megan Newman for helping us remain focused on our readers’ needs. Thanks to Stuart Krichevsky for knowing there’s no I in agent. Thanks to the clients of Stephen M. Pollan for letting us fish for details in their life stories. And thanks to Corky Pollan and Deirdre Martin Levine for helping us live the lives of our dreams.

About the Authors
 

Stephen M. Pollan
, a New York City-based attorney, financial adviser, and career expert, is one of America’s most-renowned financial experts.
Mark Levine
has been Stephen Pollan’s collaborator for more than eighteen years. Together they have authored numerous books, including the national bestsellers
Lifescripts, Live Rich,
and
Die Broke,
and most recently,
Second Acts.
They have been nominated for three National Magazine Awards.

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The Die Broke Complete Book of Money
The Die Broke Financial Problem Solver

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Fire Your Boss

 

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Date:
2004

 

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