Toyota and Its Labor Union in Argentina (A)

Tamayo, Jorge Snowberg, Erik Buitrago, Jenyfeer Martinez

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In 2011, Daniel Herrero, CEO of Toyota Argentina (TASA) since 2010, was about to meet with the Secretary-General of the union representing automotive industry workers in the country. The company produced vehicles in Argentina since 1997 at their plant at Z rate, and, in 2005, Argentina became one of the four countries selected by Toyota Motor Corporation to assemble models using the Innovative Multipurpose Vehicle (IMV) platform. However, Toyota's manufacturing plant in Z rate (Argentina) had been performing poorly compared to similar plants, affecting its competitiveness, and TASA's management held the union responsible for most of the plant's inefficiencies. Anything was possible as a result of the meeting, from shutting down production at TASA and focusing on their distribution business, to complete capitulation to all the union's demands.

出版日
2021/01
領域
経営・戦略
ボリューム
29ページ
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CCJB-HBS-721394
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721394
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Case
言語
英語
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