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Engagement History Our Business & Our Processes People Working Right
100
What is Every Employee Every Community?
The acronym EEEC stands for.
100
What is India?
Manufacturing began in this country in 1964 in a partnership with Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd.
100
What is Columbus, Indiana?
The location of Cummins corporate headquarters.
100
Who is Clessie Cummins?
He took a cross-country trip to prove the capability and affordability of his diesel engines.
100
What is the assimilation period (four months--120 days)?
The time in which you and the Company have the opportunity to decide on the continuation of your employment relationship.
200
What is four hours?
The amount of paid work time each year that Cummins allows every employee for EEEC volunteering.
200
What is Onan?
In 1985, Cummins purchased this company to enter the Power Generation Market.
200
What is CMI?
The current acronym for Cummins on the stock exchange.
200
Who is W. G. Irwin?
He owned the first bicycle in Columbus, Indiana.
200
What is discuss it one on one?
The first step you are expected to take if you have a problem with another employee
300
What is the Women's Affinity Group (WAG)?
The name of a prominent women's social group at Cummins RMEP that we discussed in class.
300
What is the Diesel Worker's Union?
In 1938, the employees of Cummins rejected a bid to organize by the CIO and instead formed this union.
300
What is Cummins?
Founded in February 1919.
300
Who is Tom Linebarger?
The current CEO of Cummins.
300
What are selections, promotions, and transfers.
Employees on an active PIP or CAP are not eligible for these.
400
What is education?
Our Global Priority Areas of Corporate Responsibility include ______, Environment, and Social Justice/Equality of Opportunity.
400
What is the Light Duty Diesel?
Funding for development of this engine, starting in 1997, was provided by the U.S. Department of Energy due to its interest in energy efficiency.
400
What is Kaizen?
Japanese word that literally means "change + good"
400
Who is Tim Solso?
He is credited with introducing Six Sigma to Cummins.
400
What is the Code of Business Conduct?
Contains 10 Ethical Principles. The first of these is "follow the law everywhere."
500
What is United Way?
The volunteer organization for which Cummins RMEP is usually the top local contributor of employee-contributed and employer-contributed funds each year.
500
What is the Strike of 1972?
This event directly caused Cummins market share to dip below the market share of Detroit Diesel for the first time (36% versus 37%).
500
What is 5S?
A methodology that: sorts, sets-in-order, shines, standardizes, and sustains/self disciplines
500
Who is J. Irwin Miller?
He was appointed head of the National Council of Churches.
500
Who is/are every employee, all employees, all of us?
Who is responsible for the quality of products and services provided to Cummins customers?






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