Hunter Harrison outlaws CSX naps

July 14, 2017

No More Naps on the Railroad, Says New CSX Boss

By Paul Ziobro, Dow Jones Newswires, Fox Business News

CSX Corp.’s new boss has nixed naptime.

Hunter Harrison joined the railway as chief executive in March, promising to quickly jolt the company’s culture and implement tighter schedules, faster trains and less downtime.

One casualty of the new plan: napping breaks, which train conductors and engineers are allowed to take for up to 45 minutes under a strict protocol when trains were stopped. Now, any on-the-job shut-eye is forbidden.

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