Ford Motor Co. and Northwood University of Midland, MI, announce a customized pilot program to enable Ford dealership employees to receive a 4-year college degree. With the program, Ford and its member dealers hope to attract career-oriented employees, improve employee retention, help current employees improve their management and sales skills and integrate Ford’s own dealer training with a "tangible and focused opportunity for a college degree," the auto maker says. Northwood will offer ...
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