Nov 30 (Reuters) - Chrysler group LLC said on Friday it will pay its hourly workers represented by the United Auto Workers union the second half of a $3,500 ratification bonus earlier than required by a labor agreement. The company said the early payment, which will be made on Dec. 21, was to acknowledge the "dedication" of the workers as the U.S. automaker's sales have grown. Chrysler, which is controlled by Fiat, said it was waiving the financial threshhold ...
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