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The lowdown on hiring
Regarding the article on growing your
business [“Hire learning” February 2011], I
was encouraged to see the offer for a free copy
of Hire Your First Employee, Rhonda Abrams’
newest book, put together by teamwork
between Costco and Intuit. However, it seems
that somebody didn’t do their homework.
What is really offered are some highlights
from the 192-page book by Ms. Abrams, not
the book as your article indicates.
“This could be one of the most important pieces
of fiction since To Kill a Mockingbird…If you read
only one book…let this be it.” — NPR.org
Rhonda Abrams responds: If you go to
www.costcopayroll.com/rhonda and fill out
the form, you get my full, printed book—Hire
Your First Employee—mailed to you absolutely free, thanks to Costco and Intuit. Because
it takes about two weeks for the book to arrive,
you can also click on the mini-guide and download the highlights instantaneously.
We want to help you hire—and hire well—
so that your business grows and you succeed.
I hope you find the book helpful.
On sale April 5 from Berkley
A LIFE LIKE
In his historic
memoir, the late
Ted Kennedy takes
readers inside his
times with his family,
his long career in
the Senate and
have surrounded him
Compass ( Twelve)
is the story of an
Millions of people
;ock to Andrew
Hardcover on sale April 5
every day for
he wants to make
sure that the daily
covers every aspect
of each story fairly
and accurately. He
discusses his plan for the country to deal
with the media head-on in Righteous
Indignation (Grand Central Publishing).
on sale April 15
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HISTORY’S MOST ENTHRALLING
QUEEN BROUGHT TO LIFE
England’s greatest monarch, Elizabeth
Tudor, the “Virgin Queen,” has intrigued
the world for centuries. Now best-selling
author Margaret George captures the
life and times of the enthralling queen
as she confronts rivals who attempt to
steal her throne and her heart in the
beautifully rendered historical novel
Elizabeth I (Viking).
When Mickey Haller
expands his business
defense he suddenly
;nds one of his clients
accused of killing the
banker she blames
for taking away her
home. Haller mounts
the best defense of
his career, and the last surprise comes
after the verdict is in. Don’t miss The Fifth
Witness (Little, Brown & Company).
on sale April 5
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