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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 3, Issue 2 (June 1, 1928)

Staff Co-operation

Staff Co-operation.

Referring to the meetings which had been held with the view of securing co-operation among the members of the staff, Sir Josiah Stamp said these had been very successful in Scotland, where the reception accorded the movement had been magnificent. He had been told Scottish people did not like changes and were suspicious of new-fangled ideas. He did not believe that. They might be more careful and watchful, but when they realised it was a good thing they seized upon it more quickly than anybody else. (Laughter and applause.)