1 edition of Managing plant closings and occupational readjustment found in the catalog.
Managing plant closings and occupational readjustment
by National Center on Occupational Readjustment in Washington, D.C. (1015 15th St., N.W., Washington 20005)
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Richard P. Swigart ; contributing authors, Lawrence S. Driever ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Swigart, Richard P., Driever, Lawrence S., National Center on Occupational Readjustment (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||HD5708.55.U6 M36 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 237 p. :|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||84061673|
8 See Gary Hansen, "Ford and the UAW have a better idea: A joint labor-management approach to plant closings and worker retraining,' Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, September ; and Ronald E. Berenbeim, Company Programs to Ease the Impact of Shutdowns (New York, The Conference Board, ). We contend that plant closings need to be seen as playing an important role in the struggle between labor and management for control in the workplace. We examine this notion by analyzing the relocation of GM's Corvette plant from St. Louis to Bowling Green, Kentucky.
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management cooperation occur, proposals have been put together. which have enabled plants and companies to stay in business. In my own district in Los Angeles, the Bethlehem Steel plant. closing in displaced 1, workers at a loss of salary to work-ers in the community of three-quarters of a million dollars per week. Workers covered by this TAA certification will be contacted by the state with instructions on how to apply for individual benefits and services. Those who apply may receive case management and re-employment services, training in new occupational skills and trade readjustment allowances that provide income support for workers enrolled in training.
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Get this from a library. Managing plant closings and occupational readjustment: an employerś guidebook. [Richard P Swigart; Lawrence S Driever; National Center on Occupational Readjustment.
softening the impact of plant closings. See Managing Plant Clos-ings and Occupational Readjustment:An Employer’s Guidebook, Richard P. Swigart (cd.) (Washington, DC: National Center on Occupational Readjustment, ). terest in expediting the delivery of adjustment services to workers affected by plant closings and large layoffs.
This article examines the long-term reemployment, retraining, and relocation experiences of a random sample of displaced steelworkers from a manufacturing community in western Pennsyl vania who lost jobs due to plant closings in the early by: 6. Press release regarding testimony of John S. Irving on behalf of the National Association of Manufacturers before the Senate Subcommittees on Labor, and Employment and Productivity, March National Center on Occupational Readjustment.
Managing Plant Closings and Occupational Readjustment: An Employer's Guidebook. This paper discusses the economics behind plant closings, suggests a possible role for public policy to ameliorate the effects of closings in some situations, and reviews Maine's experience with Author: Andrew M.
Baker. Internal Company Preparation Managing Plant Closings and Occupational Readjustment: An Employer's Guidebook in R. Swigart (ed.), Managing Plant Closings and Occupational Readjustment: An.
A manufacturing plant closure has many moving parts that all need addressed by various departments and staff members. For example, someone will have the oversee the physical shut down, someone will have to get the building ready for sale or rent, and someone - most likely the HR professional - will have to oversee how to offboard staff is where a great HR-based manufacturing plant.
A plant closure has many moving parts that all need addressed by various departments and staff members. For example, someone will have the oversee the physical shut down, someone will have to get the building ready for sale or rent, and someone - most likely the HR professional - will have to oversee how to offboard staff is where a great HR-based plant closure checklist can come.
(f) "Substantial layoff" means a permanent reduction in the workforce, which is not a result of a plant closing, and which results in an employment loss at a single site of employment during any day period for at least 50 employees excluding those employees that work less than 20 hours per week.
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This paper focuses on efforts by government, labor, management, and researchers to understand and address the problem of involuntary job loss. A review of the literature focusing on disruptions to psychological, physiological, and social functioning due to job loss is presented.
Programs initiated to counteract either the levels or the adverse consequences of unemployment are reviewed. Several. The single best thing you can do for a successful plant shutdown is to give yourself enough time to plan the outage standard recommendation is that you begin planning four months before the scheduled outage.
Check out Chemical Engineering Magazine’s plant turnaround checklist for extra assurance that you aren’t missing any crucial considerations during the planning. 3 Richard P. Swigart, ed., Managing Plant Closings and Occupational Readjustments: An Employer's Guidebook (National Center on Occupational Readjustment, Inc., ), p.
Also see Walter Corson, Rebecca Maynard, and Jack Wichita, Process and Implementation Issues in the Design and Conduct of Programs to Aid the Reemployment of Dislocated.
Innovative approach to plant closings: the UAW-Ford experience at San Jose. A systematic approach to plant closings and worker retraining was developed by the Ford Motor Co. and the United Auto Workers union (UAW) in the fall ofwhen Ford announced the impending shutdown of its San Jose assembly plant.
Susan Goguen, head of the National Center on Occupational Readjustment, points to the adverse effect laws have had overseas.
In France many companies will not. The U.S. Department of Labor announced Thursday, Sept. 24 that workers from General Motors in Wilmington are eligible to apply for Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA). Workers covered by this TAA certification may receive case management and re-employment services, training in new occupational skills, and trade readjustment allowances that provide income support for workers.
Inventory Management In a plant closing situation, managers must recognize that the plant cannot close until the plant’s entire inventory has been removed from the site.
At a very early stage in the plant closing process, managers must evaluate all inventory items and plan for the disposition of each item. As a. H.R.Shutdowns and Job Loss in California: The Need for New National Priorities, Application for Recognition of Exemption for the National Center on Occupational Readjustment, Inc.
Box 2. “Plant closing” means the permanent or temporary shutdown of a single site of employment, or one or more facilities or operating units within a single site of employment, if the shutdown results in an employment loss at a single site of employment during any thirty day period for twenty-five or more employees excluding any part-time employees.
Emergency Management Plan The purpose of the All Hazards Emergency Management Plan (EMP) is to establish a basic emergency preparedness program to provide timely, integrated, and coordinated response to the wide range of natural and man-made disasters that may disrupt normal operations and require a preplanned.
"Plant closing" means the permanent or temporary shutdown of a single site of employment, or one or more facilities or operating units within a single site of employment, if the shutdown results in an employment loss at a single site of employment during any thirty day period for twenty-five or more employees excluding any part-time employees.Ethical Decision-Making and Leadership in the Workplace.
A contemporary corporation always owes an ethical, and in some cases legal, duty to employees to be a responsible a business context, the definition of this responsibility includes providing a safe workplace, compensating workers fairly, and treating them with a sense of dignity and equality while respecting at least a.Reductions in Force and Plant Closings § I.
Introduction. This chapter summarizes the provisions of federal and California law that are implicated by reductions in force (RIFs), plant closings, and plant relocations.
Two statutes that come into play under such circumstances are the Worker.