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Snakes in Suits.

Snakes in Suits

Paul Babiak, Ph.D. & Robert Hare, Ph.D.


10 E. 53rd St., New York NY 10022-5299

0060837721 $26.95

SNAKES IN SUITS: WHEN PSYCHOPATHS GO TO WORK is creepy: it tells of psychopaths in the workplace and how to spot them by their destructive behavior patterns. An industrial-organizational psychologist's expertise lends authority to this survey which comes from two authors who are experts on the psychopathic personality. Their focus on how such individuals operate in the corporate world shows that the flexible, more open environment actually attracts psychopaths--and tells how they manipulate the hiring process, how they may be identified, and how they function. A 'must' for any in HR--and for employees.
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Date:Oct 1, 2006
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