WARREN, MI – Expect performance-based bonuses to have a positive impact on Chrysler’s product quality, a noted industry expert says. In lieu of a base-pay increase – something Chrysler workers have not seen since 2003 – a tentative agreement between the auto maker and the United Auto Workers union features: Signing bonuses totaling $3,500. $1,000 in annual quality and performance bonuses. Up to $1,000 based on the performance of the employee’s ...

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