We're not sure what is more mind boggling: The fact that Chrysler Group alone has 10,000 managers or the fact these entry to midlevel employees will receive bonuses for a strong 2004. The bonuses are expected to be 8.5 percent and is considered higher than the $1,500 profit-sharing checks that went to hourly and administrative employees. Enjoy it while it lasts. In 2003 the same bonus was withheld for poor performance. A lot can happen in one year.
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