Making It All Work
The workplace, with its many opportunities, is a constant, ever-changing challenge. You want to excel in your chosen profession, and be the best mother and wife you can be, and still remain strong in your commitment to Torah. How can you make it all work?
In Making It All Work, you’ll discover how to deal with all these issues and others, such as: business meetings in non-kosher restaurants; shaking hands with the opposite gender; social gatherings and holiday parties; staying connected to Hashem during the workday; and much, much more.
“The Wassermans have gifted us with a comprehensive book, covering virtually every possible challenge in the work place. Their twenty-five years of research are clearly reflected in this erudite, balanced, sensitive, and yet very accessible presenta- tion of the material.”
Rebbetzin Feige Twerski
“Excellent…amazing! It will be the ‘bible’ for so many working women.” Rebbetzin Shira Smiles “Making It All Work is a wonderful, useful, and halachically and hashkafically sound book on this very elusive subject.”
Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller
“A tremendous yasher koach to my friends the Wassermans on producing what is sure to be a valuable Torah guide book for frum working women. It incorporates human perspectives with halachic and hashkafic realities to address all aspects challenging women in the workplace. It approaches many sensitive issues with respect and clarity, and validates the needs and struggles of today’s Jewish working woman.”
Rebbetzin Aviva Feiner
“Making It All Work is perhaps the most important book for a woman to place on her desk at work, alongside her Tehillim. This volume is a gift to the courageous woman of today, who works so hard both in and out of the home.”
Rabbanit Yemima Mizrachi
|Publisher||Distributed by Feldheim|
|Number of pages||482|