Workers wanted--lots of them

Smith, Brett C.
May 1996
Automotive Production;May96, Vol. 108 Issue 5, p20
Trade Publication
States that Chrysler Corporation, Ford Motor Company and General Motors are seeking employees, since they will be faced with the problem of workforce attrition, caused by retirement. Estimated number of permanent leaves of the three combined by 2003; Statistical information of the employees at the three motor companies; Problems the automobile suppliers will face; Suggestions to overcome these problems.


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