Driving America's Renaissance: Human Resource Issues in Michigan's Automotive Industry : a Report for the Michigan Automotive Partnership and the Michigan Jobs Commission
Office for the Study of Automotive Transportation, Transportation Research Institute, The University of Michigan - Automobile industry and trade - 90 pages
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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
A FORECAST OF BIG THREE HIRING THROUGH 2003
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actual 2003-scenario American Axle applicants attrition auto industry automotive activities automotive employment automotive firms automotive human resource automotive industry automotive labor autoworkers average best practice Big Three employees Big Three employment car assembly community college competition corporate Crain Communications Current Population Survey decline Delphi VIII developed discussion Dodge Ram Duratec employability skills Employment Change engineering focus groups future automotive future Big Three Hourly Trades Hourly hourly workers human resource issues increase independent suppliers Interquartile Range job openings K-12 system labor force Light Truck major operations manufacturing market share MESC Michigan Automotive Partnership Michigan Jobs Commission Michigan's share motor vehicle MSRP needs North American vehicles Oakland University OSAT participants Passenger Car percent permanent leaves respondents retraining Salaried Total scenario 1 estimate school-to-work segment share of Big shown in table southeast Michigan sport utility state's supplier firms table n.6 technicians Toyota Traditional domestic truck assembly