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Ramifications of the United Auto Workers’ Deal and the Kohler Employees Strike to Your Firm

At least four types of manufacturing leaders are mulling over the new labor contracts which just wrapped up between the Detroit Three automakers and the United Auto Workers. One issue they’re looking at closely is the likely cause-and-effect between the union’s huge financial gains in the new accords and the potential sacrifices it is making in job security and future membership levels.

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How the New ISO 9001 Will Impact U.S. Manufacturers

The most significant revision to the ISO 9001 management system in 15 years has come at a critical time for the U.S. manufacturing sector. CEOs are battling serious headwinds, domestic and global, and the democratization of the system is an opportunity for businesses to potentially gain some traction.

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