David Guest model, 4 propositions, HR Management

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I have to write two essays. The first is an essay of the David Guest model of strategic HRM(1000 words).The second essay reguires to analyse a case study)based in 2011), to judge the extent to which the David Guest model is still valid and of value(1500 words). Subbmision date is 17December!How much it will cost me?Thanks
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