By Sandra B. Rosenthal
Utilizing classical American pragmatism, the authors supply a philosophical framework for rethinking the character of the company — the way it is embedded in its average, technological, cultural, and foreign environments, emphasizing all through its pervasive relational and ethical dimensions. They discover the connection of this framework to different modern enterprise ethics views, in addition to its implications for ethical management in company and company schooling.
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The Alliance set up Technicians for Tomorrow to train employees to qualify for future jobs with the company. Other outstanding examples include the UAW/General Motors Skills Centers and the joint training programs of Ford Motor Company and the UAW. In the building trades, unions have played a major role in training skilled workers. Because workers move from employer to employer on a regular basis, single construction companies have less financial incentive to train employees who may end up working for a competitor.
One plant producing lower value-added, private-label tires will be closed under the new agreement, but the company agreed to delay that closure by 12 months to facilitate workers’ transition to other employment opportunities. The company expects the new labor contract to produce savings of $70 million in 2007, $240 million in 2008, and $300 million in 2009. CHAPTER 1: UNION–MANAGEMENT RELATIONSHIPS IN PERSPECTIVE As Goodyear’s chairman and CEO Robert Kregan stated, ‘‘Our goal was always to reach a fair agreement that improves our ability to compete and win with customers.
Newly industrialized countries are able to compete in price-conscious markets by paying lower wages, offering fewer benefits, and providing less ideal working conditions than those available in the United States. 34 Labor unions have been active in the international arena since their beginning. American labor unions have a long history of resisting the importation of foreign products. Over the last two centuries, organized labor has been one of the more protectionist institutions in America. This position should not be a surprise because unions are democratic organizations that must reflect the interests and needs of their members, who believe that their jobs are endangered by foreign imports.
Rethinking Business Ethics: A Pragmatic Approach by Sandra B. Rosenthal