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[PDF] Leading Automakers and Suppliers Promote Global Working Conditions - Collaborative Project to Advance Workplace Standards Throughout Supply Chains

Author: Automotive Industry Action Group, Published on: 4 December 2006

Several leading automakers and their suppliers have launched a collaborative, industry-wide project focused on advancing a shared vision of workplace standards throughout their supply chains that promote decent working conditions for the millions of workers around the world involved in the production of automobiles... [The issues covered] include child labor, forced labor, freedom of association, harassment and discrimination, health and safety, wages and benefits, and working hours... Participants currently involved in this effort include DaimlerChrysler, Exel [part of Deutsche Post], Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Honda of America Mfg., Inc., Johnson Controls, and Yazaki.

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Related companies: DaimlerChrysler (now Daimler) Deutsche Post Exel (part of Deutsche Post) Ford General Motors Honda Johnson Controls Yazaki