July 2007
LabTalk;Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 35 Issue 157, p23
Trade Publication
The article offers a look at how Superior Optical Labs managed its ophthalmic work efficiently. It mentions the idea of coming to work early in order to reduce overtime, developed by the manager of Superior Optical Labs. It also explains how the idea of coming to work early improved the productivity of the laboratory.


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