What Does the Future Hold?

April 2003
Motor Age;Apr2003, Vol. 122 Issue 4, p8
Trade Publication
Answers a query from a U.S. technician on sustainability and implications of the flatrate pay system being introduced in the U.S. automobile trade. Impact of such a system on the trust between employer and employee; Future of technicians in the automobile industry.


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