Lack of Labor: Can America Fill Its Factories?

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As Michigan experiences a significant resurgence in manufacturing jobs, factory leaders and HR professionals are at a pivotal crossroads. The challenge? Addressing the stark workforce gap that threatens to slow this industrial reawakening.

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Breakthrough: Ford and UAW Make a Deal to End Strike

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In a game-changing move, the U.A.W. and Ford strike a groundbreaking four-year labor agreement. Amid rising industry tensions and demands for equitable pay, this deal signals a potential shift in auto industry labor relations. As the automotive world watches, what does this mean for giants like GM and Stellantis? Dive in to discover the full implications.

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Ford Pauses Marshall EV Plant: Six Signs It’s Only Temporary

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Ford’s $3.5 billion EV battery plant in Marshall faces uncertainty amid the UAW strike. Despite the recently announced pause, Michigan’s manufacturing industry remains resilient, boasting a skilled workforce, innovation, and a commitment to securing its place in the electric vehicle revolution. Confidence in the state’s future endures.

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Six Consequences of the UAW Strike

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From the historic Flint Sit-Down Strike of 1936 to the recent 2019 showdown with General Motors, explore the legacy of UAW strikes and discover how today’s strikes are shaping the future of labor relations amid the electric vehicle revolution.

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