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Hyundai workers resume production after 2 day partial strike

Published: Tuesday, November 28, 2017 @ 2:12 AM
Updated: Tuesday, November 28, 2017 @ 2:12 AM

Hyundai Motor's workers have resumed production after a walkout on two assembly lines, the company and the union said Wednesday.

Workers returned to the plant in Ulsan, 380 kilometers (236 miles) southeast of Seoul, late Tuesday. Nearly 2,000 workers, or 4 percent of the company's 51,000 union members, had stopped work Monday after talks collapsed over the terms for producing the Kona, Hyundai's first compact SUV. The talks had resumed, Hyundai said.

The walkout delayed production of about 1,200 vehicles, Hyundai said. The Kona is due to launch in the U.S. market early next year.

Among other issues, the union said it was concerned that workers might lose jobs because the assembly process for the Kona is more automated than for the Accent, a sedan also being manufactured at the Ulsan plant.

Hyundai, part of the world's fifth-largest auto group along with its smaller affiliate Kia Motors Corp., introduced the Kona in South Korea in June.

Having focused on passenger sedans, the company is now trying to catch up in the faster-growing SUV market.

The Kona has proved to be a bright spot during a tough year as Hyundai's sales tumbled in China and in the United States.

Glassdoor names 50 most beloved CEOs in America

Published: Wednesday, June 08, 2016 @ 5:41 PM
Updated: Wednesday, June 08, 2016 @ 5:01 PM

H-E-B's Charles C. Butt made the list of America's 50 most beloved CEOs.
H-E-B's Charles C. Butt made the list of America's 50 most beloved CEOs.

The chiefs of Facebook, Google, Apple and Texas' beloved H-E-B all made the ranks on job site Glassdoor's list of top-rated CEOs of a large company in the U.S.

Glassdoor determined the 50 rankings by collecting anonymous employee reviews. Beating out well-known names like Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, is Bob Bechek at No. 1. Bechek is the worldwide managing director of Bain & Company, a management consultant firm, and received a 99 percent approval rating from employees surveyed. 

Zuckerberg did make top 10 though, along with LinkedIn's Jeff Weiner, Apple's Tim Cook and Google's Sundar Pichai. A bit further down the list at No. 19 is H-E-B's CEO Charles C. Butt, who received a 95 percent approval rating. 

Satisfied employees gave reviews like "H-E-B has always been hreat with allowing Partners to have a flexible schedule" while negative reviews said the company is "very demanding" and "has you work full-time hours while keeping you on part-time status."

To see who else made the list and what employees had to say about each company, you can go here.