Flash back to 2005: Battle Brewing Between Ontario and the South

Randle responds to this: Fedchun went on to say that “The level of the work force in general is so high (in Ontario) that the training program you need for people, even for people who have not worked in a Toyota plant before, is relatively minimal compared to what you have to go through in the southeastern United States.” He mentioned that training costs in Canada were much lower than in the South and that in Alabama and Mississippi automakers have resorted to using “pictorials” to teach some illiterate plant workers how to use high-tech plant equipment.