Conrail's creative path to corporate enlightenment

Comstock, Marcia L.
July 1999
Employee Benefit News;Jul99, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p16
Looks at the strategy of Conrail Inc. in handling the fatigue issue that generally affected the productivity and morale of its employees. Obstacles to the integration of the company's alertness assurance plan; Information on the company's approach in implementing its pilot project; Results of the company's pilot project.


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