Today's employers indicate that an applicant's attitude is the most important factor when hiring a new worker. Regardless of their scholastic abilities, many of today's young people have not yet learned the people skills necessary to succeed in the real world of business. This entertaining and informative program and print package allows students to identify specific attitudes which can help-or hurt-a worker's performance on the job. Dramatic vignettes and interviews with real-life employers allow viewers to understand that a good work attitude depends upon much more than being in a cheerful mood. Specific traits are identified and modeled in a series of vignettes: punctuality, enthusiasm, the willingness to learn, how to prioritise and achieve goals, how to deal with constructive criticism, and how to organize one's time in the most efficient way. The teacher resources reinforce the program concepts and allow students to role-play appropriate workplace attitudes.