What determines a good worker?While I dislike unions and think they are unnecessary, I also think that companies should compensate a good worker. I also think they should get rid of the bad ones before they spread the bad throughout the company. The big three have a lot of fat, that provides a lot of jobs, that also provides a lot of waste. I still don't get why GM produces the GMC and Chevrolet version of the same truck. It's wasteful. You don't need a 100 different model choices of vehicles with 1 million configurations. Look at tesla. They have like what 5 models. Pick your biggest sellers and ditch the rest.
The GM twins have quietly outsold the F150 for the last few year, and have a comparable amount of options and trims levels. They just have 2 brands. Something like ~2/3 of GMC buyers option the Denali package, which is just a money printing press.They are probably cannibalizing sales from Chevrolet. Is GMC even gaining any sort of market share?
About the only state that can build a new road or replace a road efficiently in the US is Florida.
Could be an interesting strategic play by our friends to the north. Unifor took a much more collaborative approach with the companies. Playing more of the long game vs. going all in on one "battle", only to cut their own throats down the road.Ford settles with Canucks.
I rarely see them in the basic bitch trim level around here, its almost always in Denali trim.The GM twins have quietly outsold the F150 for the last few year, and have a comparable amount of options and trims levels. They just have 2 brands. Something like ~2/3 of GMC buyers option the Denali package, which is just a money printing press.
Pretty much, for awhile you could get Denali’s fairly cheap as they were heavily incentivized, it really wasn’t a whole lot more than Sierra’s in lower trim levels.Only base GMC Sierras I see are used by General Contractors, and that's the supervisors, the PMs get the Denali trim lol.
Really can't remember the last SLT I've seen.
I don't see domestic manufacturers getting around the demands at this point.
Beating the record profits war drum to investors sort of ruins the argument of "we don't have any money" at the table with UAW negotiators.