Ford Welcomes Employees to the 21st Century
- An assessment: Where we stand today in terms of the development and utilization of human... Pestillo, Peter // Canada-United States Law Journal;1996, Vol. 22, p9
Focuses on developments related to industrial relations in North America as of the year 1996. Changes in industrial relations in the automobile industry; Factors affecting industrial relations; Globalization; Ford Motor Co.'s efforts to adapt to changes in industrial relations.
- A better idea. // Crain's Cleveland Business;01/17/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p10
Applauds Ford Motor Co.'s decision to produce the Duratec V-6 engine at its Engine Plant No.2 in Brook Park, Ohio, to power the Ford Escape sport-utility vehicle. Labor-management cooperation between the United Auto Workers and Ford management; Impact of such cooperation on the productivity of...
- Trotman wants a kinder, gentler Ford of workers. Connelly, Mary // Automotive News;1/16/1995, Vol. 69 Issue 5587, p8
Reports on Ford Motor Co. Chairman Alex Trotman's effort for the company to focus on helping employees balance the demands of work and home. Trotman as chairman of the Salaried Worklife Steering Committee which tackles worklife issues; Plans to appoint a full-time worklife manager; Members of...
- Employee Relations. // People Management;11/25/99, Vol. 5 Issue 23, p18
Presents news briefs on employee relations in Great Britain. Why employee share ownership schemes are unlikely to boost productivity; Pay deal agreed upon by unions at Ford.
- Race for a solution at Dagenham. Lamb, Jon // People Management;10/28/1999, Vol. 5 Issue 21, p20
Discusses the allegations of institutionalized racism at the London, England, plant of Ford Motor Company. Failure of the company's equal opportunities policies; Investment plans of Ford on the plant; Claims of the plant's workers against the company's management.
- Ford structure blamed for strife. // Professional Engineering;11/17/99, Vol. 12 Issue 21, p4
Reports on former Ford Europe vice president Karl Ludvigsen's views on the causes of the industrial relations at Ford Motor Co.'s factory in Dagenham, England, which resulted in a toolmakers' strike. Contribution of the centralization of the company's manufacturing operations to the problem;...
- Back from the brink. Prizinsky, David // Crain's Cleveland Business;04/03/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 15, p20
Focuses on labor and management relationship at Engine Plant No. 2 of Ford Motor Co. in Cleveland, Ohio. Impact of work rule changes on the United Auto Workers union; Background on the operations of the engine plant; Production output of employees; Effect of corporate and union politics on...
- New Technology and Labor-Management Relations at Ford Motor Company. Wise, E. E. // Labor Law Journal;Aug85, Vol. 36 Issue 8, p574
The article focuses on new technology and labor-management relations at Ford Motor Co. It reports on the exciting evolution of technology and labor-management relations at Ford and at the Dearborn Engine Plant. It is one of continuous change, change driven by complex technological, social, and...
- What Ford Needs to Do. Zoia, David E. // Ward's Dealer Business;Nov2006, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p48
The article suggests processes for the Ford Motor's executives to ensure that their Way Forward restructuring plan would mark a beginning. The first suggests managing staff downsizing with precision. The second is determining a viable product plan and stick to it. The third is stabilizing top...