autoworker

au·to·work·er

or auto worker  (ô′tō-wŭr′kər)
n.
A worker in the automobile industry.

autoworker

(ˈɔːtəʊˌwɜːkə)
n
a person who works for a car manufacturer

au•to•work•er

(ˈɔ toʊˌwɜr kər)

n.
a worker employed in the automobile manufacturing industry.
[1940–45]
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The Autoworker's Guide to Lump Sum Pensions: 5 Crucial Decisions Retirees from Ford, General Motors, and Fiat-Chrysler Want to Get Right helps retirees with retirement planning decisions, such as how to invest for retirement, when to file for social security, and how to find a financial advisor.
The authors of this book (first published in 1978 by South End Press Collective) are Grace Lee Boggs, a Chinese American philosopher activist; James Boggs, an African American activist and autoworker; and radical activists Freddy Paine and Lyman Paine.
Ultimately Meyer is less interested in the more respectable strand in autoworker unionization and instead focuses most of his discussion of gender on the less public, informal practices of the shop floor.
The same legal strategy had been used to charge and convict former Ohio autoworker John Demjanjuk on charges he served as a death camp guard at Sobibor in occupied Poland.
As a retired autoworker active in preventing further home foreclosures in Detroit, I consider two of the city's most urgent issues to be unemployment (45.3% according to the U.S.
The study also assumed worker flexibility comparable to that found in new US autoworker contracts.
A third-generation autoworker, author Thomas Crumm uses not only his experiences, but also those of his relatives to help tell the story of the auto industry.
Demjanjuk, a Ukrainian-born Cleveland autoworker who during World War Two allegedly worked as a guard at the Nazis' Sobibor death camp, has been convicted before: In the late '80s, in fact, he was accused of
If Berkshire Hathaway were to fire Warren Buffett tomorrow, the billionaire would be every bit as entitled as the lowliest outsourced autoworker to $300 a week from Uncle Sam.
Conn's life is reminiscent of lesser Nazi war criminals that made lives for themselves elsewhere, like John Demjanjuk, the Ohio autoworker who turned out to have been a concentration camp guard.
Demjanjuk, a Ukraine native and retired autoworker, lived near Cleveland un= til he was stripped of his U.S.