Ford tries to boost employee morale

Connelly, Mary
December 2001
Automotive News;12/3/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 5960, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the plans of vice president for corporate human resources Joe Laymon to boost the Ford Motor Co. employees morale in Detroit, Michigan. Need to recapture the faith and trust of the employees; Directives to the human resource employees to proactive in addressing employee concerns; Importance of harmonious working environment.


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