Saturday, January 5, 2013
CHEAPER TO WORK PEOPLE TO DEATH THAN TO HIRE MORE PEOPLE
TriMet, on the other hand, appears to be setting itself up for catastrophe, Harvard's Czeisler said. "The notion that drivers getting three hours of sleep between shifts are still safe is outrageous," he said. "It's categorically unsafe."
TriMet overtime: 'Exhaustion has become part of the culture' at transit agency | OregonLive.com