Электронная книга: Daniel Cassidy «A Manager's Guide to Strategic Retirement Plan Management»

A Manager's Guide to Strategic Retirement Plan Management

"Daniel Cassidy has written a detailed, comprehensive guide for managers to understand and succeed at the ongoing process of managing a company retirement plan. If motivating your employees is important to you as a manager, this book is an essential key to your success."–Josh Gordon, author of Presentations That Change Minds and Selling 2.0 Written by renowned retirement benefits planning specialist Daniel Cassidy, A Manager's Guide to Strategic Retirement Plan Management focuses on current best practices regarding company-sponsored retirement plans within the United States. Filled with in-depth insights and expert advice, this valuable guide will aid managers in applying strategic thinking to their retirement plan management activities–whether it be a 401(k) plan, investing in company stock, or a traditional defined benefit plan. It will also help you to view retirement plans in a holistic manner–ever more necessary given the unpredictable economy and recent troubles with companies such as Enron and WorldCom. Covering everything from administrative issues to financial and legal responsibilities, A Manager's Guide to Strategic Retirement Plan Management will allow you to make the best decisions possible while managing this ongoing process and help you find solutions that best fit your organization's specific needs.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited (USD)"

ISBN: 9780470039229

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Daniel Cassidy

Daniel Cassidy (1943 Brooklyn - October 11, 2008) was an American writer, filmmaker and academic.[1]

Contents

Life

He was the son of a Navy chief petty officer. He graduated from New York Military Academy on a full scholarship, and from Cornell University.

He worked for the New York Times as a news assistant. He was a professional musician, starting as a reed player, and cutting an album as a singer and composer. He played Carnegie Hall, the Civic Auditorium, and the Tonight Show - performing with comedian George Carlin,[2] Kenny Rankin, and Lilly Tomlin.

He married Clare McIntyre, in 1983. In 1995, he founded and co-directed the Irish Studies program at New College of California.[citation needed]

His work appeared in the New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle,[3] the New York Observer and the Atlantic Monthly.

He died of pancreatic cancer at his home in San Francisco.[4]

Awards

Works

Books

  • How the Irish Invented Slang: The Secret Language of the Crossroads. CounterPunch Books and AK Press. July 2007. ISBN 9781904859604. 

Documentary Films

  • "Civil Rights and Civil Wrongs" nominated in 1996 for an Emmy Award.
  • "Uncensored Voices,"

Reviews

Cassidy’s book is one of those eureka moments that leap beyond the ordinary to give us a new understanding of the subject at hand.[5]

References

External links

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