Ford Motor Co. hourly employees have from Oct. 16 to Nov. 27 to opt for a buyout package as the auto maker attempts to shed some 30,000 positions from its North American workforce by 2008. Eight different buyout packages are being offered to Ford’s approximately 75,000 hourly workers in the U.S., depending on length of service and age, among other criteria. To help employees choose the package best suited to them, the auto maker and the United Auto Workers union are hosting opportunity ...
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