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Chrysler to Cut 25 Percent of Workforce

CEO Bob Nardelli told employees last week that the company will cut 25 percent of its workforce starting in November.

DETROIT — Due to the continuing unprecedented challenges the auto industry is facing, Chrysler said it will begin cutting jobs in its salaried and supplemental workforce next month.

CEO Bob Nardelli told employees last week that the company will cut 25 percent of its workforce starting in November. In all, 5,000 jobs will be eliminated. Chrysler employs around 66,000 people around the world with 33,000 hourly workers and 15,871 salaried workers in the United States.

These cuts are in addition to the 29,000 job cuts Chrysler has announced in the past two years, according to a report from the Detroit Free Press.
 

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