DETROIT – Ford Motor Co. says it will offer select employees early retirement packages. The auto maker expects nearly 1,500 workers to accept, helping the company achieve its 5,000-job reduction target that it failed to meet during the last round of early retirement offers last year. Ford sent a notice to eligible employees last week, notifying them that packages would be available. The company refuses to provide details on the retirement packages and their value. The offers are expected ...
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