Chrysler likely to miss goal of 10,000 buyouts
Holiefield cited a shaky economy as the main reason workers haven't been pulling the trigger on deals that can range from $70,000 to $100,000 just for not working. The issue is once workers leave, there are few jobs available to provide new income. Although the deadline has passed for workers to accept packages, Chrysler isn't divulging the number of workers who have grabbed the deal. Chrysler is working with the UAW to offer more buyouts in the near future.
[Source: Detroit Free Press]
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