The second largest auto supplier in the country has announced that it will be pulling its funding for 30 family and child care centers it helped create with Ford and the UAW in 2001. The company cites a lack of employee participation as the reason, stating that only 1% or 80 of its 8,000 salaried employees have children enrolled in these centers. The centers offer a variety of services for the entire family, and while Ford has pledged to continue funding the effort the UAW could not be reached for comment.
I love this pic the Detroit News chose of the head of each company posing by statues of themselves in front of one of the day care centers they built together.  I'm sure many parents right now are hoping a lot of pigeons will poop on the Visteon CEO's head now

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