Many companies adopted a practice called “lean manufacturing” in which goods are produced more or less “to order,” rather than in large unfinished batches with excess inventory. This helped to raise productivity minimally, but in the midst of all the lay-offs, one small battle was won while the war was being lost.
It has also affected the workers. Their expendability has been realized as manufacturers were forced to lay off thousands of people in order to cut costs.
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