Workers at Land Rover’s Solihull, U.K. have opted to accept Ford Motor Co.’s proposal for work-rule changes and other restructuring moves designed to improve productivity and quality and guarantee the plant’s future. The Amicus trade union says 63% of the facility’s 6,000 shop floor workers voted in favor of the proposal. Some 2,100 workers voted against it, Amicus says. “We are delighted with the ballot result and will be pressing for the company to follow this with commitments for ...
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