Here are highlights from the latest episodes of 'Daily Drive', Automotive News' weekday podcast, June 20-23, hosted by Jamie Butters with Kellen Walker.
“It’ll be interesting to see if we can use this inflationary moment as an inflection point to start to argue more effectively for what it is that trade agreements like USMCA and others that lower tariffs provide for all of us.” -- Kellie Meiman Hock, managing partner at McLarty Associates, on the impact of USMCA and other trade agreements on the industry
“We put value on the experience that people can bring to the roles that we have available. And that will be articulated through their opportunity to compete for these roles.” -- Tammy Golden, GM’s executive director of DE&I and head of the automaker’s work force strategy, on removing four-year degree requirements for many positions
“The punchline is that even if we were to see a recession, we’d probably sell the number of vehicles that we expect to sell in the absence of a recession because the supply issues are the key reason that we’re seeing the sales volume the way that they are.” -- Jonathan Smoke, Cox Automotive chief economist, on cutting 2022’s sales outlook by nearly a million vehicles
— Listen to these and other shows at autonews.com/dailydrive.