Category Archives: Our People

Community,Manufacturing,Our People | October 05 2018

High-Tech, Global and Growing: How today’s manufacturing jobs are better and brighter than ever before

Wendi Gentry-Stuenkel is the Head of Supply Chain Management, FCA – North America With a 3.9% unemployment rate, an aging workforce soon to retire and a common misperception of plant jobs, our country is facing a talent crunch in the manufacturing industry. By 2030, U.S. manufacturing will experience a shortfall of 383,000 workers. From mechanics,
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Community,Corporate Business,Our People | September 26 2018

Diverse Talent Fuels Us

Brian Johnson is the Senior Manager – Diversity & Inclusion, FCA US LLC At FCA US, diverse talent fuels our ability to deliver innovative products and solutions to the communities of people who buy and enjoy our products. Among the most meaningful investments for us are those that engage and inspire talented, diverse people to
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Manufacturing,Our People | September 10 2018

How Duct Tape and Cardboard Improved Nine-Speed Transmission Production

Scissors, duct tape and cardboard. These three resources, combined with a GoPro digital camera, helped employees at Indiana Transmission Plant I (ITPI) develop a solution to improve the efficiency of nine-speed transmission production. Before we tell you more about the “duct, paper, scissors” move, let’s explain a bit about transmission manufacturing. Gears are a major
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Community,Design,Engineering,Our People,Uncategorized | September 07 2018

FCA helps students explore, invent tomorrow’s next big thing

No one knows what the future holds, but for several weeks this summer FCA opened windows of opportunity for employees’ school-age children to dream big and think creatively about what the future could and should look like. FCA’s Camp Invention and Invention Project camp invited more than 200 elementary, middle and high school students of
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Our People | July 23 2018

University execs get exclusive tour of FCA testing labs

  They went from standing in frostbite-prone temperatures reaching -40 degrees below Fahrenheit to embracing the familiar, Floridian climate nearing 110 degrees. After, they went back-to-back with a wind turbine towering more than 40 feet tall, far more powerful than the average jet engine. This was just a glimpse of what some top administration officials from Florida International University
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