Chrysler searches for new breed of blue-collar workers

Bohn, Joseph
July 1994
Automotive News;7/11/1994, Vol. 68 Issue 5560, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that Chrysler Corp. has started hiring the next generation of sophisticated blue-collar employees that the company says will propel it past the Japanese competitors. Competitors' plants visited by Chrysler executive vice president of manufacturing Dennis Pawley; Average age of a Chrysler worker; Comparison with Ford Motor and General Motors' workers; Number of workers hired by Chrysler.


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