Like the auto makers and parts suppliers it serves, the Society of Automotive Engineers is taking drastic steps to restructure its operations to be leaner, more flexible and more responsive to customer needs. The not-for-profit organization on April 23 eliminated 60 jobs, or 18% of its workforce, after a 6-month review. After the cuts, U.S. headcount stands at 280, including 20 staffers at the automotive headquarters in Troy, MI. No Troy employees are losing their jobs, and SAE spokesman ...
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