3 thoughts on “Human Resources

  1. I discovered Floyd Kemske back in the early nineties by way of David Warsh, the former Boston Globe business columnist, who championed Kemske’s work every chance he got. His latest at the time, Human Resources was the first Kemske I read, and I quickly moved on to all his other works.

    Kemske is unique in another way, in that he can lay claim to something few authors can, that he invented a whole new genre of fiction, one that came to be known as “the corporate nightmare,” in which employees find

  2. This book was one of my all time favorites!! I am currently hunting down the other installments of Mr. Kemske’s “Corporate Nightmares”: Virtual Boss & Lifetime Employment.

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