Got Skill?

Dejong, Colleen
August 1999
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Aug99, Vol. 111 Issue 8, p66
Trade Publication
Deals with the lack of skilled labor in automobile industry. Information on the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council (MSSC), an action group which established to create a skill assessment program for the automotive industry; Action plans of MSSC; Involvement of union organizations in the implementation of a skills standards training and testing entity. INSETS: Cyber Tools;Really?.


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