Martin (Marty) J. Mulloy was appointed vice president, Labor Affairs, Ford Motor Company, effective Jan. 1, 2005. In this role, he oversees labor policy and negotiations covering the Company’s approximately 117,000 hourly employees worldwide. He has responsibility for hourly health care management and the Company’s collective bargaining with unions worldwide and most recently was chief spokesperson and led the Company’s negotiating team during 2007, 2009 and 2011 contract negotiations with the United Auto Workers Union (UAW). He reports to John Fleming, group vice president, Global Manufacturing and Labor Affairs.
Prior to this assignment, Mulloy was executive director, North America Labor Affairs. He also served as executive director, the Americas, during which time he was responsible for the organization and personnel planning of North and South American operations.
Throughout his career at Ford, Mulloy has held a variety of positions in labor relations and personnel planning for various divisions of the Company, including Ford Credit, Automotive Components Division and Truck Operations. He also has served in Human Resources management positions, including director, Corporate Personnel Planning and vice president, Human Resources, Ford of Australia.
Mulloy joined Ford in 1979 as an industrial relations analyst for Ford’s Climate Control Division. He earned a master’s degree in industrial relations from Wayne State University in 1985 and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Purdue University in 1979.
Mulloy serves on the Board of Oakwood Hospital located in Dearborn, Michigan and the Detroit Loyola High School Board.
He and his wife Janet have two daughters.