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BlueInk Reviews Richard Jackson’s Useful Guide About the Rules for Basic Conduct in the Workplace

One of the country’s most trusted book review sees “The Rules” as a resource that fills the gap of the decline in formality or basic courtesy needed at work. His book favors interested readers who are looking for a quick self-help guide to live by.

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Jackson’s reflections are apt and his wisdom is sound.” – BlueInk Review on “The Rules”

Richard Jackson brings 17 rules that promote common conduct and respect in the workplace—something that’s slowly turning uncommon in today’s society. “The Rules” is a quick and easy read filled with valuable advises that a lot of individuals can practice in the office or with their workmates. The book is a good start for those who are just starting out to build their careers in the real world.
BlueInk Review talks about how Jackson’s guide provides a straight-the-point approach in his rules with each one usually stated in just one or two paragraphs. It brings “common sense that has become all too uncommon” with rules that are quite easy to follow. According to the review, “Jackson’s reflections are apt and his wisdom is sound.” Most of all, his book comes with “solid rules to live by” making it a useful read for new graduates and career starters.
Indeed, Jackson presents great insights that readers will surely be grateful for. For interested readers who are looking for easy-to-read self-help titles, “The Rules” are available in Paperback and eBook formats on Amazon:
The Rules
Written by: Richard Jackson
Published by: RoseDog Books
Published date: December 29, 2015
Paperback Price: $9.00
About the Author
Richard L. Jackson was born May 6, 1930, in Chicago. In 1937 the family moved to Delaware, Ohio, in the heart of the Midwest. Here the author was raised in the environment of a small town and Midwest middle-class values. He expanded and broadened those experiences by spending five years in military service, first as an army private in the occupation of Japan and later as an Air Force Lieutenant in the occupation of Germany.

In 1951 Jackson married Janet Wilson, the girl he’d known since the second grade. After a BA degree in accounting and an MA degree in sociology, the author started employment in 1957 at the personnel department of a Union Carbide plant. With a combination of skills, personality, luck, and being at the right place at the right time, the author moved through Union Carbide as an Assistant Superintendent to Rockwell International as Director, to Duke University as Assistant Vice President to Winchester Medical Center as Vice President to St. John’s Regional Medical Center where, as Senior Vice President, he retired in 1987.

Jackson and his wife moved back home to Delaware, Ohio. Since then the author has done consulting work with the city of Delaware, the city school system, served on the board of the City Council for Older Adults, an elder in his church, and Grand Chapter Advisor for his college fraternity.

Jackson and his wife have traveled the world. They have five sons, thirteen grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.

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 The Rules
 Richard Jackson
 Useful Guide

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