2 edition of Employment and the American automobile industry, 1982 found in the catalog.
Employment and the American automobile industry, 1982
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Human Resources. Subcommittee on Employment and Productivity.
Item 1043-A, 1043-B (microfiche)
|LC Classifications||KF26 .L2737 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 238 p. :|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||82602042|
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Final report. (), by J. Mateyka, W. Magro, A. Karlin, and D. Yee (page images at HathiTrust) Profiles of major suppliers to the automotive industry. Volume 4: North American. Employment and the American automobile industry, [microform]: hearings before the Subcommittee on Employment and Productivity of the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-seventh Congress, first session, on 1982 book of the automotive industry's problem of unemployed workers and what alternative measure.
The automotive industry is also at the forefront of innovation. Employment and the American automobile industry New R&D initiatives are transforming the industry to better respond to the opportunities of the 21st century. According to Auto Alliance, of the $ billion spent on R&D globally, almost a fifth ($18 billion) is spent in the United States.
In a profound study, M. Kreinin recently demonstrated that labor compensation in the American automobile industry, inamounted to some percent of that in all man ufactures. To become competitive with Japanese car makers, he concluded, United Auto Workers’ compensation would have to fall by 24 percent, which would leave their Author: Hans F.
Sennholz. North American Automotive Market. The automobile manufacturing industry is one of the largest industries within the U.S., and is a vital engine for the U.S. U.S.
automotive industry continues to experience on-going organizational and technological change, but has taken steps to increase its global presence by expanding global alliances and seeking greater collaboration with. The U.S.
economy was booming, especially the automobile industry. In some years, 10 million new cars were sold. For many years afterwards, American auto manufacturers dominated the.
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According David Halberstam’s The Reckoning, a opus on the decline of the American automobile industry, under his system, managers “contrived not to improve but in the most subtle way to weaken each car model, year by year.” This meant “a cheaper metal here, a quicker drying paint there.”Cited by: result, American Honda negotiated with Tokyo Seat and Sankei Giken of Japan to form a joint venture called Bellemar Parts Industries.
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machines.' A survey conducted by the American Society of Manufacturing Engineers predicted that ro-bots will replace 20 percent of existing jobs in the auto industry byand that 50 percent of automobile as-sembly will be done by automated machines (including robots) by Even the United Auto Workers antici.
The current financial crisis marks a series of turning points in the history of the North American auto industry.1 First, the iconic “Big Three” have been downsized to “The Detroit Three.” Once the global symbol of U.S.
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1. W. McWhirter, “Back on the Fast Track,” Time, 13 Decemberpp. 62– 2. S. Cartwright and C. Cooper, Mergers and Acquisitions: The Human Factor (Oxford, England: Butterworth Heinemann, ).
3. The research began in October and continues today under the auspices of the California Worksite Research Committee, a non-partisan group of policy leaders drawn from business, labor. The Corvair was later made infamous by Ralph Nader’s groundbreaking book “Unsafe at Any Speed: The Designed-In Dangers of the American Automobile,” about unsafe practices in.
In short, American firms locate their "higher-end" jobs and operations at home. Although American companies may have increased their overseas R&D spending by 33 percent between andcompared with a 6-percent increase in R&D spending at home, the companies continue to spend the bulk of their R&D budgets within the United States.