WARREN, MI – Chrysler’s hourly-worker absenteeism has fallen to the lower end of the industry average since the auto maker emerged from bankruptcy in 2009, says Al Iacobelli, vice president-employee relations. “We historically ran anywhere between 16%-18%,” he tells WardsAuto. “That’s a big number.” North America’s industry absenteeism rate is calculated by factoring in all time off, including vacations and personal days. “Today, ...

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