Trump is pushing them, as did Obama. On paper, everyone seems to love them. What’s the payoff, and what are the barriers? And if they’re so great, why are many manufacturers still reluctant to embrace them?
Despite GM Korea suffering heavy financial losses and shrinking volumes, workers plan to go on strike for a monthly wage increase and bonus pay.
Friction is growing between workers who build combustion vehicles--still the mainstay of most carmakers’ profits--and managers seeking to position their companies for a battery-powered future.
“What Uber did was to leave the door open for Levandowski to use whatever he remembered of Waymo’s trade secret information, so long as he didn’t deliberately memorize it.”
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Workers are asking for a 16% rise in wages by next year, almost double the company’s last offer for an 8.9% increase, a one-time payment of 350 euros and other benefits.
Both mothers and fathers after the birth or adoption of a child should be entitled to a 70% wage-replacement rate up to a cap of $600 per week for eight weeks, the joint report stated.
Manufacturers are being held to a higher standard of corporate social responsibility, and are developing new best practices to adapt their supply chain ecosystems accordingly.
Here are some tips for navigating the here and now, and preparing for the future.