LOS ANGELES – Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc.’s first-ever move to trim staff, announced earlier this week, is part of a philosophical shift toward a more localized organization and away from a traditionally top-heavy management approach. TMS is offering early retirement packages to 629 managers from its regional operations and customer service departments. Employees have until March 31 to accept the voluntarily buyouts that would include a $20,000 lump-sum payout. The severance package ...

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