A Factory which remains Fordist: The Ford Dearborn Assembly Plant
Our primary focus is to produce a world class quality vehicle at a competitive price with a skilled and trained workforce that participates in decisions that affect them and their families and fosters pride in their contributions to the overall success of the organisation (Non-traditional Operating Agreement — Ford Motor Company—UAW, 1995)
KeywordsTeam Leader Automobile Industry Work Organisation Employee Involvement Assembly Plant
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