Having a bad day?

Marois, Kevin
May 2012
Fabricare Canada;May/Jun2012, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p25
Trade Publication
The article presents an overview of how to deal the so-called bad days in business enterprises, particularly in the fabricare industry in Canada. It highlights the importance to plan and have some contingency plan. It also suggests duplicating every machines and to train employees to engage in multitasking so that the business operation will continue despite emergency problems.


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