Former Ford CEO: Resuming production amid coronavirus will be ‘gradual process’
Former Ford CEO Mark Fields discusses reopening manufacturing plants safely.
Ford will extend its work from home policy for the majority of its salaried employees until at least the beginning of September to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
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"The health and safety of our workforce continues to be our first priority," a Ford spokesperson told FOX Business. "This timing allows us to continue prioritizing safety actions such as sufficient PPE for all of our place dependent workforce who have already returned, as well as the proper supply for those who would be returning later this summer, while also continuing the modifications to all of our facilities to ensure the proper social distancing protocols are in place."
INFECTED WORKERS, PARTS SHORTAGES SLOW AUTO FACTORY RESTARTS