Rejected ideas win cash prizes at British Gas

Thatcher, Mike
February 1995
People Management;02/09/95, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p10
Features British Gas suggestion scheme ideas and its consolation cash prizes to rejected ideas, a way of encouraging employees to put forward ideas. Explanation of United Kingdom Association of Suggestion Schemes (UKASS) on total quality management program; Comment of Geof Lloyd of UKASS on the issue.


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