Iran Khodro Co., Iran’s biggest vehicle maker, introduces a system to receive comments from employees regarding the auto maker’s policies. Behzad Abolalaie, the company’s deputy managing director-planning and human resources, says the aim is to promote collective efforts, improve worker relations, upgrade production stages and improve organizational skills and mental growth. This step may be a part of Iran Khodro’s reaction to critical voices in Iran that are demanding a change in ...

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