Honda's Ohio plant changed industry

Honda's Ohio plant changed industry

There are 6 comments on the The Desert Sun story from Nov 4, 2012, titled Honda's Ohio plant changed industry. In it, The Desert Sun reports that:

A ceremony marked the first Accord off the assembly line on Nov. 1st, 1982, at the Honda plant in Marysville, Ohio.

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Gary Kissick- Michigan

New York, NY

#1 Nov 5, 2012
Auto employees need to read the WEEKLY STANDARD article.
http://m.weeklystandard.com/blogs/even-after-...
animal control

Mansfield, OH

#2 Nov 9, 2012
Paul Ryan 2016

Columbus, OH

#3 Nov 9, 2012
Yes sir. Honda changed the way we look at Unions. Look what happened to GM and Ford going into bankruptcy because it had to pay the help lucrative pensions.

After the Anointed One bailed them out - the big Union bosses were compelled to take sharp decreases in starting pay ($14 per hr to start).

Honda - in essence - tamed the Big Labor guys;- no small feat. That is the impact of a healthy corporation on the competition. May God Bless Honda's present and future success. May God bless the mgmt team in Japan for showing lazy Americans the value of hard work.
animal control

Mansfield, OH

#4 Nov 10, 2012
honda is so orgaized it makes americhin unions thier beachs...Baby!

all of their chinesse/mexicahn opereations are union organized and their homeland of japan encourages the yakuza mafia to do whatever they please including herion production/distributin and human trafficing...

canada is filled with tens of millions slant eyes who seeked refuge from the aisen sweat shops

Police Attack on Honda Workers



http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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anon

Napoleon, OH

#5 Dec 7, 2012
Paul Ryan 2016 wrote:
Yes sir. Honda changed the way we look at Unions. Look what happened to GM and Ford going into bankruptcy because it had to pay the help lucrative pensions.
After the Anointed One bailed them out - the big Union bosses were compelled to take sharp decreases in starting pay ($14 per hr to start).
Honda - in essence - tamed the Big Labor guys;- no small feat. That is the impact of a healthy corporation on the competition. May God Bless Honda's present and future success. May God bless the mgmt team in Japan for showing lazy Americans the value of hard work.
Japan taught Americans how to work but then they let the Americans take over. Big mistake. Now quality, attitudes, moral and everything thing else is in the crapper. I think Honda will be gone in the next ten years.
itsme

Peterlee, UK

#6 Dec 7, 2012
Never read so much corporate,brainwashed bull than that of Paul Ryan. What planet are you from ya toss pot. GM and Ford destroyed themselves through poor strategic global planning and not as suggested that their demise was due to big labor guys.Honda treat anyone with an opinion that doesn't agree with theirs as outcast and trouble makers.Their whole internal operations are faced off and supported by twisted, lets sack em scum from the medical staff right down to the managers. The Japanese have an inherent disregard for civil and human rights. Honda don't want a union but workers do need a union working at Honda. Spare me the corporate bull Paul, you freak.

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