STAFF CUTS SEEN UNDERMINING EMPLOYEE MORALE

Major staff cuts involved in restructuring by the Canadian petroleum industry are creating a demoralized work-force with problems for the future, a federally supported study says. The 18 month study, backed by Ottawa's Employment and Immigration Department and industry associations, was conducted by consultants Peat Marwick Stevenson & Kellogg and Ziff Energy Group, Calgary. The report says industry workers who were driven in the past by challenge and opportunity are now driven by fear of

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