A relaxed workforce

Gruner, Stephanie
September 1998
Inc.;Sep98, Vol. 20 Issue 12, p129
Presents strategies for the maintenance of a `relaxed' workforce, with focus on personnel management. Factors which contribute to a stressed out workforce; Importance of incentives to a workforce; Comments from Carla Brown of the Maharishi Ayur-Veda Medical Center, a facility in Lancaster, Massachusetts.


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