Mercedes plant has the highest per-hour labor cost in US In the domain of US car factories, it's been shown that workers at Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz plant in Vance Ala, have the highest hourly pay and benefits among employees in US. Meanwhile, the competitors as Volkswagen and BMW pay their employees less, as a recent study proved.
According to the market study by the Center for Automotive Research, it's been show that Mercedes-Benz's logo "The best or nothing" doesn't apply just for its buyers but also for its employees, who work just as much as their competitors but earn more. Taking a look at the numbers, employees at Volkswagen's Chattanooga plant are paid an average of $38 per hour, workers at BMW's Spartanburg S.C. factory earn $39 per hour and above them Daimler workers earn an average of $65 per hour. Where is the impressive difference coming from? Let's find out! Labor costs at General Motors' US plants including benefits are $58 per hour. Ford Motor Co. is right behind GM at $57 per hour and on the 3rd place ia Fiat Chrysler Automobiles earning $48 per hour. It's been proved, mostly by the Japanese automarkers, that the higher percentage of temporary workers is, the lower labor cost will be. T
We can let the numbers speak by themselves when it's coming to the best automobile corporation. Mercedes-Benz Co. keeps its reputation intact and its name clear, proving that offering the best conditions and salary to its employees results in creating some of the best car models on the market.