Culture Change Matters - Is It Happening at Ford?

In an investigative piece published by the New York Times on December 19, Susan Chira and Catrin Einhorn ask whether change has happened after multiple lawsuits, firings, fines and accusations at Ford plants in Chicago, Il.  Most interesting may be hearing from the workers themselves about what they think will bring about change:

"Workers have their own ideas about how to make lasting change in the culture — having the equivalent of undercover cops walking the factory floors, plastering signs all over the plants warning about sexual harassment, punishing Ford with a far more painful settlement than $10 million, one on the scale of a recall."

Read more: "How Tough Is It to Change a Culture of Harassment? Ask Women at Ford."