Ford defends review of managers

Kurylko, Diana T.
July 2001
Automotive News;7/2/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5937, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on complaints being filed against an employee evaluation program at Ford Motor Co. Targeting of five percent of managers who fail to meet performance goals; Middle-aged male executives' filing of discrimination suits; Company's continued support for the program; Risk of losing bonus or raise.


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