Decent Essays
CM220: College Composition II

Prof: January Pearson

Kaplan University

December 4, 2014


Heather Leigh Bradley

Annotated Bibliography
Thesis Statement: The most successful companies are those that are operated by leaders who invest in and grow their employees.

Bruce, A., & Pepitone, J. S. (1999). Motivating Employees. New York: McGraw-Hill. “Motivating Employees” is a book about how employee motivation is driven by companies that invest and grow their employees. One of the most important traits of highly effective and successful companies is that employees are happy and have fun at work. Leadership is not assaulting your employees, but to lead your employees you need to motivate by using caring,
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This personal interview with Gary Justis is a valuable source of evidence, which has been tested and proved to be successful for Gary, his employees and his practice is thriving. Gary’s interview is proof that investing in your employee’s and trusting them has not only cut is expenses in needing a huge office, but his employees are happier, creative, inspiring and a valuable part of his team and his practice’s success. Gary Justis is an attorney with over 20 years experience and founder of The Justis Law Firm LLC. Gary practiced with the law firm of Lathrop & Gage for 17 years. Gary became a partner at Lathrop & Gage in 1998. From 2008-11, Gary practiced with the law firm of Wagstaff & Cartmell. In 2012, Gary opened The Justis Law Firm LLC and has experience as and employee, and as a partner and leader at Lathrop & Gage, and now to the President and leader of The Justis Law Firm LLC. Gary Justis is a creditable source because of his experience on all levels of business and is a highly respectable lawyer in the United States of America, specializing in Environmental Superfund experience includes work at several multi-party Superfund sites and the recovery of millions of dollars for our clients through negotiation and litigation with federal and state environmental agencies,
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