Bruce Barry on Free Speech in the Workplace
Published: Jan 24, 2019
Rafiq Dossani discusses India's growing role in the global economy in his new book India Arriving (AMACOM Books). India has the world's fourth largest economy, the largest youth population, and the current ranking of the second-most-preferred destination for foreign investment, yet its importance to the worldwide market seems to be swept under the rug. Rafiq's book provides a deeper understanding of a country that promises to be the next major player in the world economy.
Rafiq Dossani is a senior research scholar and executive director of the South Asia Initiative at Stanford University's Asian Pacific Research Center. Rafiq was the CEO of the Robert Fleming Investment group's India operations, editor of Business India Weekly, and was also a professor of finance at Pennsylvania State University.
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India Arriving by Rafiq Dossani
We love to hear your feedback! Send us an e-mail at [email protected] or call us at 1-800-697-3406. One of our listeners will recieve either a $200 dollar discount on an AMA seminar or a free book from AMACOM, a division of the American Management Association. In his new book Speechless, Bruce Barry critiques a legal system that gives employers wide latitude to suppress worker expression, and argues that freedom of speech in the workplace is excessively and needlessly limited. Barry advocates changes to the...In his new book Speechless, Bruce Barry critiques a legal system that gives employers wide latitude to suppress worker expression, and argues that freedom of speech in the workplace is excessively and needlessly limited. Barry advocates changes to the law and to management practice that would expand employees' expressive rights without jeopardizing the legitimate interests of employers.
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