- Land Rover follows Ford. // Employee Benefits;Jul2002, p9
Reports on the non-work-related training Associate Development Scheme launched by Land Rover for its employees in Great Britain in May 2002. Reason behind the program; Response from the staff; Implications for staff relations.
- Unions ballot for deal at Land Rover. // Professional Engineering;06/23/99, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p5
Reports that Great Britain-based Land Rover labor unions may conduct balloting of members regarding the company's plan to increase work shifts. Work stoppages by union members at the car company's Solihull factory.
- Contrasting fortunes. // Professional Engineering;9/8/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 15, p26
This article looks at the historical relationship and present performance of the former stablemates Mini and Land Rover and asks whether the apparent success of one could provide lessons for the other. Land Rover management and trades unions have been working together to develop ways to improve...
- Employee relations. // People Management;12/5/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 24, p8
Reports on the business sector focusing on employee relations. Information on the survey conducted by the IPD regarding bully in the workplace; Information on the `organizers's academy' established by the Trades Union Congress (TUC) to train young people in workplace organization techniques.
- Untitled. Vorster, Gareth // Personnel Today;1/8/2008, p44
The article focuses on the opposition by Unite concerning the plan of Ford's intention to sell its Jaguar and Land Rover marques in Great Britain. According to Unite joint general secretary, they need further and detailed meetings with Ford and Tata Motors which will focus on the job security of...
- TUC battles to beat the bullies. // Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Sep/Oct98, Issue 11, p5
Describes the `No excuse--beat bullying at work' campaign of the Trade Union Congress in Great Britain. Survey on workplace bullying; Components of the campaign; Guidebook for employers and human resource managers about the issue.
- Land Rover may see 50 percent sales gain. Henry, Jim // Automotive News;1/9/1995, Vol. 69 Issue 5586, p48
Reports on Land Rover North America's introduction of a new lineup that is expected to boost sales in 1995 by as much as 50 percent. 1994 Land Rover sales figures; Sales of the new Discovery model as a contributing factor to high 1994 sales; Expected better availability of the Discovery in...
- Discovery gets lease deal. // Automotive News;7/24/1995, Vol. 69 Issue 5615, p2
Reports on the offering by the Land Rover North America Inc. of its first lease deal on the Discovery sport-utility. Factor for deal offering; Qualifications for the lease deal.
- Rover plans steep climb in U.S. Henry, Jim // Automotive News;6/28/1993, Vol. 67 Issue 5506, p1
Reports on Land Rover North America Inc.'s plans to quadruple sales to more than 16,000 units a year. Debut of sport utility `Discovery' for the 1995 model year; Letter of David Schworm, vice president of Eastern operations, on Land Rover's future as a franchise for its dealers; Demand to build...