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About the author – Jean Tobin
“HELP! My Company’s Going out of Business, What do I do Now?”
Ms. Tobin is employed as a Human Resources Consultant. Her experience has been in manufacturing, nonprofit, and other industries. Working in Human Resources has included developing strategies for organizations, developing infrastructure for start ups, Human Resources Audits of an existing business, and many other Human Resource functions. Because of her understanding of the subject; she is able to provide insight to the human resources area and its functions. Also, with her expertise she has been able to make a complex subject understandable for everyone.
Ms. Tobin’s education entails graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources from Spring Arbor University and a Master of Science in Administration with a Human Resources concentration from Central Michigan University. As of June, 2010, she has received a certificate in Organizational Development.
About the book – This book presents comprehensive information and insight from an employees’ perspective with Human Resources expertise. It answers questions about hidden expenses that employees don’t realize they can incur after the company is out of business. It can be used as a reference for employers and the unemployed.
Testimonials about HELP!My Company's Going Out of Business, What Do I Do Now?
Must have book if you find yourself in this **situation. It's clearly written, to the point & full of valuable, needed information. It's as though the author is speaking to you personally and is reaching out to help you through this unpleasant time. Wish it existed when my company downsized a few years back as it would have been a real Blessing. P. Rochette, Insurance Underwriter
Clearly written and answers questions before I have the opportunity to ask them.
K. Wlosinski, Sales Administration
Excellent book, a must read book for anyone in a management position. Very, very informative, a lot of useful information on many different aspects of your job when your company is going under, I highly recommend this book. M. Kersanty, Medical Biller
Very conversational and timely in this economy. D. Brooks
(Area Vice President, Medical Insurance)
It is a well-thought explanation and careful development of what many people will find overwhelming and confusing. David P. Fox, Recruiter