Corporate Confidential by Cynthia Shapiro
50 Secrets Your Company Doesn't Want You to Know---and What to Do About Them

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Cynthia Shapiro is a former Human Resources executive who's pulling back the curtain on the way that companies really work. In Corporate Confidential, she unmasks startling truths and what you can do about them, including:

* There's no right to free speech in the workplace.
*Age discrimination exists.
* Why being too smart is not too smart.
* Human Resources is not there to help you, but to protect the company from you.
* And forty-five more!

Cynthia Shapiro pulls no punches, giving readers an inside look at a secret world of hidden agendas they would never normally see. A world of insider information and insights that can save a career!


About Cynthia Shapiro

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CYNTHIA SHAPIRO, a former Human Resources V.P., left her position because she grew disillusioned with how most corporations are forced to do business today. She is now a well-known employee advocate and workplace consultant for Fortune 100 and 500 firms, regularly lecturing and writing on the most critical topics affecting employees today. She lives in Southern California.
Published September 1, 2005 by St. Martin's Griffin. 224 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help. Non-fiction

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Your number one job is to keep your job, Shapiro, a former human resources executive, writes in this informed and disillusioned take on the corporate life, so don't ever publicly complain, disag

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Tech Republic

Heck, HR doesn't understand anything outside of HR bureaucrat land.

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