Ford Motor Co. says a deal with the United Auto Workers union provides a package of payouts and perks to workers that will be idled as part of the company’s downsizing. The payouts are arranged under the provisions of the UAW-Ford National Agreement, which requires the auto maker to provide some measure of job security benefits for laid-off workers. Under provisions of the deal: Pre-retirement employees may take a $100,000 one-time payment and leave the company with no benefits. ...
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