Standing up for Yourself

Soft Skills at Work

by Linda Kita-Bradley, Susan Rogers (photographs)

Grass Roots Press


Non-Fiction: Education, Photography

CDN: $12.95


Research shows that soft skills are often better predictors of success in the workplace than technical skills. Standing up for Yourself is one title in the six-book series Soft Skills at Work. Standing up For Yourself explores standing up for rights through two contrasting photostories featuring Nan, who works as a cleaner at a motel. Nan has a rash from the cleaning products she needs to use on the job, but her boss doesn’t take her concerns seriously. Then Nan finds out co-workers also have issues with the cleaning products.

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