Read the following and write 250 words and Draft a strategy for the company to follow. Consider the immediate problem and the possibilities of…

Read the following and write 250 words and Draft a strategy for the company to follow. Consider the immediate problem and the possibilities of precedents being set by your action. List the advantages and disadvantages of your chose strategy.New Production Equipment: Greater Efficiency with LessEffort or a Speedup?Carolyn Foster had just returned to her officefrom the weekly plant IR representatives’meeting. Her secretary had left a note to callGeorge Lowrey, the superintendent of theforklift assembly operation. She called backand immediately recognized from the seriousnessof George’s tone that a major problemmust be brewing in his area. They both agreedshe would come right over.After George had welcomed her into hisoffice, he leaned forward and, putting his chinin his hands, said, “Carolyn, I feel like I’m sittingon a powder keg here. Last year we putin the new Simplex Process assembly line forour forklifts. It had a rated capacity of 35 unitsan hour. When we installed it, we started up at28 units, which is the same as the old line, toshake it down and get the bugs out. The newline automates more of the assembly, so eachworker has less of a physical demand thanbefore. Well, last week we figured we had allthe bugs ironed out, so we raised the speedto 35. We figure each worker has to put outabout the same amount of effort as under theold system.“This morning, Steve Bonneville, the shopsteward, and three of my general supervisorscame in, all arguing. Bonneville had afistful of grievances and was yelling abouta ‘speedup.’ Anyway, the upshot is that hewants the employees to be advanced one skilllevel to compensate for the additional effortand more difficult working conditions underSection 7.03 of the contract.“Carolyn, we can’t give them a pennymore and remain competitive. Besides that,if they get a raise, the whole plant will paperus with classification grievances. Bonnevilleis running for union president because MattDuff is retiring, and if he’s successful withthis grievance, he’s a shoo-in. All we need is along strike over some penny-ante issue and abunch of hotheads like him running the show.What can you do to help me?”Carolyn had been busy taking notes aboutthe problem. She asked, “Do you have thegrievances?” George nodded and handedthem to her. Then she said, “I’ll study thegrievances, the contract, and the union situationand get back to you in time for us toplan a step 3 response. I’ll be back to you thisafternoon.”