FLAT ROCK, MI – Ford is training 1,400 newly hired workers using simulated hands-on experience at a center within its auto plant here to prepare for assembly of the Fusion midsize sedan later this year. The auto maker announced the new hires last fall following a decision to add Fusion assembly at the facility. The sedan currently is built at Ford’s Hermosillo, Mexico, plant. Some employees undergoing training have been working part time or were displaced from other Ford ...
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