Chrysler Group will not be giving merit pay raises for salaried workers as scheduled due to its efforts to cut costs. Chrysler’s 10,000 eligible salaried workers that were due for merit raises July 1 now will have them pushed back to at least Oct. 1, reports The Detroit News. It is the second year in a row Chrysler has delayed merit raises by at least three months. Chrysler also is raising the amount white-collar workers pay for prescription drugs, from a co-pay of $5 to $7 for a ...

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