Tim Whitney's Fast Track 50 is a must read for workers in the temporary work force and a must have for both temporary agencies and employers which use temp workers on a consistent basis. It is a true win/win/win pocket guide designed to improve the bottom line and to help temporary employees quickly attain permanent employment. --Jerry Dienes, VP of Recruiting and Consulting, GCS, LLC
Implement Tim Whitney's Fast Track 50 and watch your value rise to any company! And implementation means, I believe, that your temp days are only temporary, and permanent employment is waiting just around the corner! --Paul Frase, Retired NFL Player (Jets, Jaguars, Packers, & Ravens), Founder, The Joshua Frase Foundation, and Financial Services Partner, NY Life Insurance
The Fast Track 50 hits the nail on the head. I've been working with and hiring temps and people for over 30 years, and we'd all be more successful if we followed these ideas and words of wisdom. Your time to read this will pay you back 10-fold. Good luck on your career journey. --Paul Hill, Executive VP, Philosophy, Inc.
Tim Whitney is a Dallas-based business executive, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author. His latest book, The Fast Track 50: The Get-Ahead Guide for Temporary Employees, combines his 22-plus years of senior leadership experience with temporary employees and the team-building science he studied in obtaining his MBA. The end result is a simple yet powerful pocket guide of insider tips that rapidly shortens the team-building process, thus saving time, money, and aggravation for employer, employee, and temporary staffing agency . Tim completed his B.S. in Business Administration at Northeastern University and graduated with a Team-Building MBA from Western New England University. He is currently VP of two companies, Naturich Labs, Inc and International Products Group, LLC, as well as the founder of APlayForFood.org, which unites theaters with food drives all across the USA.
Great book for anyone in an office setting. Not only does it tell you how to get the job, but it is a road map for how to keep it for those already there. Read morePublished on September 21, 2012 by Rickie Reader
Good book for workers in that situation. One downside from my point of view. There 50 tips in the book. Read morePublished on September 5, 2012 by Ivo Dias de Sousa
This is a "must read" for every college graduate that is looking to enter the work force. The information is spot on for what every manager, director or supervisor is searching... Read morePublished on May 10, 2012 by Laurie
Every temporary service owner and managing staff should have this handbook. Here is an opportunity to train your potential and current temporary employees to be very successful in... Read morePublished on May 10, 2012 by DC, Irving, TX