Lake Group Takes Management of AHI Executive Masterfile

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Lake Group Media Inc. on Oct. 1 took management of the Alexander Hamilton Institute U.S. Executives Masterfile with 78,613 total buyers at $135/M.

The Alexander Hamilton Institute's publications cover topics like employment law. It is designed to keep managers and executives from making mistakes that could lead to fines and lawsuits.

The institute offers training on topics such as sexual harassment, retaliation, performance appraisals, diversity, discrimination, hiring and discipline.

The file is selectable by p roduct category, publication, job function, company size, number of employees and geography.

By Giselle Abramovich

Lake Group Media Inc. on Oct. 1 took management of Alexander Hamilton Institute U.S. Executives Masterfile with 78,613 total buyers at $135/M.

Alexander Hamilton Institute's publications cover topics like employment law. It is designed to keep managers and executives from making mistakes that could lead to fines and lawsuits.

The institute offers training on topics such as sexual harassment, retaliation, performance appraisals, diversity, discrimination, hiring and discipline.

The file is selectable by p roduct category, publication, job function, company size, number of employees and geography.

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