There are plenty of ways I could nitpick Anita Agers-Brooks' "First Hired, Last Fired." For example, Anita doesn't get into much detail in explaining her principles, nor does she go beyond bullet points in drawing principles from the Bible (some of which seem far-fetched). She uses well-written and interesting stories (two versions of each - one negative, one positive) to illustrate her points, which will appeal to some and bore others. But, ultimately, I cannot give the book a bad review. Although it was not written to my learning style, it did inspire me to take a look at my work ethics and to give more of myself in the work place. In that sense, the book succeeded, and I highly recommend the book for anyone having attitude problems at work.
*Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review.