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“…In today’s volatile marketplace and work force, Fallback Position is an absolute “must-read” for negotiating the best career deal when possible and keeping doors open in case the worst happens. A solid and practical guide of the highest possible recommendation, Fallback Position should be readily available in the Jobs/Career section of every community library collection in the country.”

— The Midwest Book Review, James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief

“A complete package discussing all aspects of termination from exit agreements, to coping mechanisms, to tax consequences. My hat is off to John—he covers it all.”

— Bill Ray, author of Walking on Thin Air

“The financial planning advice alone is worth the price of the book.”

— Amy White, CFP, Clayton Financial Services, Inc.

“This is sensitive, practical advice in self-improvement and human relationships in the workplace.”

— Jerry Johnson, former Director of Menninger Leadership Center and author of Negotiating Improved Relationships/Satisfying Mutual Needs co-author of Emotional Aspects of Job Loss

“Arnold's management mantra is ‘Doing serious work, exceptionally well, in an atmosphere of fun’ and that's what this book does. He makes this serious subject entertaining.”

— Richard A. Hughes, Management Consultant and Author of Putting Your Best Foot Forward

“Fallback Position is a terrifically useful book for anyone looking around and thinking about the need to change careers or worried about their continued employment.”

— Richard Caplan, Richard Caplan and Associates, Management Consultants