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Author(s): Allen Reich
The guiding principles in writing this book were to find a way to lower the cost of a Human Resources textbook, to reduce student study time while improving learning outcomes, and to increase the effectiveness of the instructor's efforts. Significantly less than half of most textbooks, sometimes less than one third, consists of the theory and practices of a subject. The remaining content focuses on examples and what are often referred to as bells and whistles—extra features that help market the textbook.