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Focus (Society: Work Place Flexibility) #588899

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 05, 1992
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(Studio: Deborah Roberts) Report introduced.

(Studio: Jeff Madrick) New attitudes in the work place towards work schedules featured; scenes shown from businesses using nontraditional work schedules. [American Flint glass workers union Leonard SUTRYK - says people get the job done with more time off.] [Corning workers Manley ALLEN, Bob HAMILTON - comment.] Approaches of job sharing and working at home outlined. [Steelcase workers Geri NYLAND, Wanda SMIGIEL, Steelcase plant manager Larry SELIG - explain how two share one job.] [Steelcase illustrator Susan LANGFORD - explains how working at home is more productive.] [Corning engineer Paul THEN - praises worker innovation.]

Madrick, Jeff;
Roberts, Deborah

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