THE TROUBLE WITH LINWOOD: COMPLIANCE AND COERCION IN THE CAR PLANT, 1963-1981
- Chrysler halts Viper assembly. Kisiel, Ralph // Automotive News;4/21/1997, Vol. 71 Issue 5709, p2
Reports on the halted production of Dodge Viper sports cars on April 17, 1997 at the Conner Avenue plant in Detroit, Michigan due to a strike at Chrysler Corp.'s Mound Road engine plant in the same area.
- Pension issues hit at Peugeot. // Professional Engineering;2/26/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p5
Reports that the Transport and General Workers' Union has announced a further one-day strike at a car plant of PSA Peugeot-Citroen, following a two day stoppage early in February 2003. Estimated number of cars to be lost in production with the strikes; Union disagreement with the firm's pay...
- Workers shut Volvo plant. Henry, Jim // Automotive News;10/26/1998, Vol. 73 Issue 5790, p4
Reports on the sit-down strike by workers at Volvo Canada Ltd.'s plant in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Volvo's plan to close the plant; Demand by workers for severance package; Comments from Larry Wark, local director for Canadian Auto Workers.
- GM to reopen Tarrytown plant briefly when Ohio strike ends. Philippidis, Alex // Westchester County Business Journal;3/25/96, Vol. 35 Issue 13, p5
Reports that the assembly plant of General Motors Corp. in North Tarrytown, New York State will reopen when the strike ends in the company's plants in Dayton, Ohio. Impact of the Ohio strikes on the operations of the assembly plant; Agreement with local officials regarding the plant's closure.
- Ford strike ends. // Automotive News;2/8/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5805, p4
Reports that Ford Motor Co. will resume operations at its automobile assembly plant in Brazil, following an agreement with labor unions to end a protest over job cuts.
- A Change for the Better. Harbour, Ron // Automotive Industries;Jan2000, Vol. 180 Issue 1, p11
Comments on automotive plants in North America. Changes in labor relations; Information on a strike that was the longest automotive work stoppage.
- Developments in Industrial Relations. // Monthly Labor Review;Nov67, Vol. 90 Issue 11, p57
Discusses several industrial relations cases in the U.S., compiled as of November 1967. Strike of automobile industry workers at Ford Motor Co.; Work stoppage by teachers; Pension plan for employees of Philadelphia Roman Catholic diocese.
- Canadian GM strike idles 7,478. // Crain's Detroit Business;10/21/96, Vol. 12 Issue 43, p49
Reports that General Motors Corporation has idled 115 employees at the Livonia engine plant, as the total number of United States workers laid off because of the Canadian auto strike rose to 7,478. Further information on the strike.
- GM is still top producer in N. America. Domby, Debi // Automotive News;7/27/1998, Vol. 72 Issue 5777, p54
States that despite the strike at General Motors Corp. (GM) the company is still the number one vehicle producer in North America for 1998. Percentage of North American vehicles built by GM, Ford Motor Co., and Chrysler Corp.,; Amount of vehicles lost in production due to the GM strike; When...