Carnegie Steel achived the tremendous productivity that Andrew Carnegie insisted on by?

a. adopting personnel policies that included profit sharing and paid vacations

b. forcing employees to work long hours under extremely dangerous conditions for low pay

c. scheduling shifts at night, when it was cooler, which helped workers endure the high temperatures in the plant

d. operating the plant for only part of the year, which made the equipment last longer

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