The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group highlights a 2024 prediction of added labor activism continuing across industry supply chains in 2024.
Such activism is manifested not only in labor contract actions or strike actions, but on increasing concerns on the part of a broader swarth of workers relative to job security and a more equitable sharing of the financial benefits of employers.
The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group through its affiliate the Supply Chain Matters blog provides an overview of our 2024 annual prediction themes for industry and global supply chains.
The Supply Chain Matters blog alerts its readers that Founder and Managing Director Bob Ferrari will be featured as a speaker in an upcoming GSI Next Level Supply Chain Podcast occurring on December 6.
In this seventh weekly Supply Chain Matters reader update, we can now highlight that tentative labor agreements have been reached between the United Auto Workers and U.S. auto makers Ford Motor, Stellantis and now General Motors.
Multiple media reports indicate that a tentative deal has been reached between Ford Motor Company and the United Auto Workers (UAW) labor union.
Electric automaker Tesla reported Q3-2023 financial performance this week and to state the obvious, the results were not well received by investors. The auto maker remains beset with continued competitive market, business, product development, production and supply chain related challenges. A need for added investment in added leadership and talent seems obvious.
Supply Chain Matters shares interview highlights with ASCM CEO Abe Eshkenazi in conjunction with this years ASCM CONNECT 2023 Conference.
Supply Chain Matters highlights an announcement from the Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM) regarding the launch of its Certified in Transformation for Supply Chain (CTSC) credential.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides highlights of the ASCM 2023 Salary and Career Report released this week which depicts responses depicting high job satisfaction and compensation levels. In the area of increasing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, the responses indicate some narrowing of gaps but added efforts needed.
Supply Chain Matters highlights the formal declared end to the Covid-19 pandemic along with commenting on the industry supply chain learning that has emerged.
On International Woman’s Day 2023, Supply Chain Matters highlights for readers a United Nations report that places a spotlight on digital equality and equal rights.
The Supply Chain Matters blog calls reader attention to […]