From business meetings in non-kosher restaurants, shaking hands with the opposite gender, wearing a kippah, social gatherings and holiday parties…to yichud, personal use of office supplies, finding time to learn, daven minchah, and so much more – this comprehensive title covers it all.
Filled with halachah, mussar, hashkafah, and true stories, this engaging, user-friendly guide is essential for anyone involved in today’s complex business world.
- ITEM #: 7263
- ISBN: 978-168025-031-2
- Weight: 2.1120 lbs
- Binding: Hard Cover / 538 pages
- Published by: Distributed by Feldheim
The book is a masterpiece that should serve as a Shulchan Aruch for any thinking Jew in the workplace for many years to come.
If you are a man who believes shaking a woman's hand at work is forbidden, or permissible only in the most extenuating circumstances, you will love this book!
Making It Work is not only an enjoyable read, it is also a clear and concise handbook essential for anyone working in a modern workplace. Addressing issues like davening, yichud, shaking hands, and making a kiddish H-Shem, Rabbi Wasserman's real-life examples and entertaining anecdotes add a humorous and relatable component. It certainly has clarified and informed my role as a Jewish professional in ways I had not expected. I highly recommend it to working adults regardless of age.