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Plight of Non-Graduate Employees raises awareness of how OUTSOURCING has become, as it were, some versatile machinery for the unfair recruitment of hundreds of millions of graduate and non-graduate employees to become victims of the various forms of workplace marginalization. This book shines a light on the ills of corporate marginalization; amplifies the hurting voices of its millions of victims and raises a noble, objective and balanced advocacy for the eradication of all forms of workplace marginalization against the outsourced graduate and non-graduate employees in our nations’ workplaces .

This book is the expression of the author’s voice in demonstration of his moral courage and authority as one who shares a genuine commitment to help abolish workplace marginalization. It invites you, not only to share their pain but also, to take action that will help eradicate the scourge of this global unfair workplace epidemic. The book is designed, among its other objectives, to motivate people, especially the marginalized employees, to hold on to their noble dreams and lofty aspirations; as well as to inspire the non-graduate employees not only to transcend the boundaries of their setbacks but also to acquire a college education (if they are not doing so already) so that they can be suitably qualified to take on more rewarding employment opportunities; thus, be able to emancipate themselves from all the forms of workplace marginalization which they are presently suffering.

In this book, the author adopts an objective and balanced approach that is not geared towards vilifying any villain or corporate organization by looking at these unfair practices from all points of view - the increased/sustainable bottom line of the business organizations; the deteriorating welfare of the outsourced, marginalized employees; increased/sustainable government’s company and employee tax revenues; biblical perspective; and the general good of the larger society – for instance, facilitating countries’ efforts to achieve and sustain a double digit growth in their Gross Domestic Product (GDP), among other national economic goals; and as a proactive measure towards averting another global financial meltdown, among other global economic goals.

The advocacy in this book seeks to challenge captains of industry and employers of labour to rise to the task of redefining Global Best Practices(G.B.P.) in line with Biblical Best Practices (B.B.P.) as a sure means of their organization’s recovery from the persistent side effects of the recent global economic recession as opposed to their fear of sinking deeper into the ocean of global financial meltdown should they increase their overhead costs in the direction of this outcry - both in the organized private sector and in the public sector.
This book has been primarily harnessed, among its other key objectives, to serve as the author’s passionate but humble voice to all captains of industry, employers of labour, leaders of thought and leaders of government, to take action that will help eradicate the practices of the various forms of workplace marginalization, globally, especially against the outsourced graduate and non-graduate employees.

Plight of Non-Graduate Employees is the pilot literature in the “Project” book series.

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