Harley-Davidson removes radios, music from York factory floor
There are 3 comments on the Customer Interaction Solutions story from Feb 25, 2013, titled Harley-Davidson removes radios, music from York factory floor. In it, Customer Interaction Solutions reports that:
The music is gone at Harley-Davidson. Last week, hundreds of the iconic motorcycle manufacturer's employees learned through a memo that their radios and music being piped onto the factory floor would be kaput by Wednesday -- part of a continuous effort to improve safety.
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#1 Feb 27, 2013
So far Harley has taken our flex time(important for people with kids) forced us to take vacation in blocks, took breaks away for 10 hour days, changed overtime policy, screwed us on insurance, taken away company installed radios and reduced sick days. Wouldn't be suprised if they made us eat lunch at our work station or started disipline steps for smiling or talking to the co worker next to you during working hours. And don't forget our wage freeze. I used to love my job and was proud to be part of the manufacturing process. Now, when I show up in the morning for work, I hope there is a smoking hole where the building used to be. Keep taking your employees for granted Mr. Wandell, and it will bite you in the ass! All you have done is hire over paid babysitters(supervisors) and some how convinced management that unhappy miserable employees put out a quality product. Your employees are your best asset, or worst enemy. Continue down this road and you might not like what you have to explain to the shareholders. No, that will never happen. You will just lie your way out of it and jump into another company in "distress". JACKASS!!
#2 Mar 5, 2013
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Mandates running all existing federal, state and local government workers through E-Verify- While private employers aren't required to check current employees, public employers must check all employees within 6 months of enactment. Americans' tax dollars will no longer be used directly to employ illegal aliens.
Requires private employers with federal and/or state contracts to check employees through E-Verify- Within 6 months of enactment, private employers must run their current employees performing work under a federal or state contract through E-Verify. Americans' tax dollars will no longer be used indirectly to employ illegal aliens.
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#3 Jun 9, 2013
This place has really gone down hill over the years, I think that it's because they started hiring ethnic people. I miss the good ole days when York, City was run by all whites. The Charlie Robertson times....those were the days....
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