The reason for the hike in production? Wrangler sales in the US were up some 30 percent last year and global sales up 10 percent. Continue Reading...
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In particular, the pickets aimed to shed light on the plight of one employee who was fired from a Hyundai subcontractor for reporting sexual harassment. Continue Reading...
At present, GM hasn’t made any official announcements regarding the move, though an article in Nashville based newspaper, the Tennesseean claims the General is seriously considering such a strategy, citing economic officials. Continue Reading...
A group of 28 workers at General Motors’ Lordstown, Ohio plant are suing both GM and the UAW, claiming that they were wrongly classified as temporary workers, resulting in a 40 percent pay cut. The workers were hired in 2006, fired in 2007 and then re-hired 6 months later. The workers say they were classified… Continue Reading...
However, King believes that the workers deserve to get their fair share of the upside and rewarded for the sacrifices they make, pointing out to the concessions UAW workers have made since 2005 to help the US auto industry get back on track. Continue Reading...
The actual timing of when the new jobs will start, along with this new model of baby Cadillac has yet to be determined, but one thing’s for certain an announcement like this could not have come at a better time. Continue Reading...
General Motors will buy $2.1 billion worth of preferred stock as part of a move to pay off its $49.5 billion in federal bailout loans. GM will also launch a series of measures to reduce its debt by $11 billion. GM will make contributions to the UAW pension fund, to the tune of $6 billion, and secure… Continue Reading...
According to Mark Reuss; GM North America President ” the engines made in Spring Hill will drive the success of GM to meet our customer demands for advanced powertrains which offer high fuel economy without sacrificing performance.” Continue Reading...