Labor & Human Resources

  • Newswire

    GM Brazil Strike Ends After Layoffs Suspended  

    The 2-week walkout ended when GM placed the 800 workers slated for layoff on five months' paid leave and said it would launch a voluntary buyout plan....More
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    Hyundai Shakes Up China Management  

    The South Korean automaker replaced three top executives after Hyundai and Kia sales fell 32% and 33% in July in the world's biggest automotive market....More
  • Newswire

    Former Exec With Chinese Automaker FAW Ousted From Communist Party  

    Authorities with China's anti-corruption agency accuse Xu Jianyi, who headed one of the country's leading state-owned automakers, of embezzlement, accepting bribes and nepotism....More
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    Ford Hires Executive Who Helped Build GM in China  

    Joseph Liu joins Ford as vice president of marketing and sales for the automaker's China operations, a position similar to the one he held while helping GM make inroads into the world's biggest auto market....More
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    Hyundai Implementing Wage-Peak Plan  

    The South Korean automaker's system will raise an employee's wages to a peak and then decrease them as retirement approaches....More
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