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''Eric has distilled his vast experience into a timely and concise book that will be very valuable to anyone who wants to improve the performance of young people in today's workforce. This is a must-read for managers, teachers, and parents.'' --Ted Fowler, president and CEO, Golden Corral
''Nothing beats hard work, and never will. The problem is that it is in short supply. In this wonderful book Eric Chester lays out the path to getting back to basics and unleashing winning behaviors in your workforce. Read it, study it and then DO IT! It will make you a better leader.'' --Chester Elton, coauthor of best-selling The Orange Revolution and The Carrot Principle
''Chester certainly has a handle on driving performance through the emerging workforce. And with the diminishing work ethic being such a pressing concern for leaders, the timeliness of this book couldn't be better.'' --Donald Broman, president, Snap On Industrial
''No one knows the emerging workforce better than Eric Chester. He's spot on when it comes to the challenge leaders face for improving work ethic and restoring pride, and he offers advice that is both practical and solid.'' --Joseph M. DePinto, president and CEO, 7-Eleven
Eric Chester's new book on the Work Ethic (the first in nearly a century) doesn't just outline the problem...he provides solutions.
This book is hard-hitting full of practical advice, usable strategies, and real life scenarios about what works in motivating young people to work.
That makes it harder to explain what you need and expect from your associates who may be just getting into the work force for the first time.
I got this book to help students in my professional-technical program to better prepare for the workforce. Read morePublished 4 months ago by R Glenn
This was a really interesting book. Even though it's not what I expected,it was very educational and informative. I would recommend it.Published 6 months ago by Anthony
This book is drivel. It's a rehash of the problem throughout the book. Culture problem, culture problem, bla, bla bla. I'm so amazing to have written this. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book arrived shortly after I placed the order. This book offers insight into the minds of millennials and how to motivate them and encourage a strong work ethic they likely... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Aaron Simon
Eric does a great job of capturing what so many of us are at least thinking if not saying aloud to our peers. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Steve
I'm a Y or shall I say "Why" Generation person and was curious about how I can pick up my performance where I am at and shine in a better job than what I have now. Read morePublished 20 months ago by La Femme Fatal
I read this book to give me perspective in the QSR industry, as we employ many of the under-20 age group. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Pam M
I'm a student at a college i found out this book really works by me examples of work ethics easy explanation and clear language of work ethics for the everyday person, or the... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Nanda
This book, I think everyone should read, but most of all young adults. It gives them something to fall back on and refer to when needed, in other word some training before they... Read morePublished 22 months ago by mary clarke