Ford Motor Co. is mulling whether it will lay off approximately 300 workers at its Wayne Assembly Plant later this year. The layoffs would come as a result of a proposed $7 million slowdown of Ford Focus assembly operations. Ford has proposed a Ford Focus production slowdown starting June 1. The proposal is currently “on the table,” United Auto Workers Local 900 Vice President Brian Quantz tells Ward’s, but the union is resisting the proposal and offering less-expensive ...

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