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Working Smart

By Lee Rossini

As the saying goes, knowledge is power! Well, research shows that reading a book, even for fifteen to thirty minutes a day, has a range of benefits in addition to gaining knowledge. These benefits are likely to positively enhance the experiences of both employers and employees in the workplace. Whether fiction or non-fiction, the type of book does not matter, as all books have either a story to tell, information to impart or insights to bring to the reader’s attention. The benefits include:

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