Standards of mailability of the intra-company correspondence of eight life insurance offices

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Jean Rosensaft (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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McKee Fisk

Abstract: One of the most generally agreed upon objectives of vocational business education is that of preparing students to meet the demands of business. Awareness of this responsibility of vocational business education has been voiced frequently. Frederick G. Nichols of Harvard University has said: No satisfactorily functioning business education can be given without taking into consideration the actual requirements of business. Assuming that business is to be conducted in complete harmony with social welfare and that training to this end must be given those who will manage business enterprises in the future, it must be accepted as a self-evident truth that requirements of business will have much to do with any decision as to what kinds and amounts of business education shall be given in a secondary school. Thus only can the best interests of trainee, employer, and society be served.1

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Language: English
Date: 1944
Commercial correspondence $x Standards
Business education

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