The American car company Ford laid off 10% of its workforce worldwide in 2019
Ford For two years it has been planning a restructuring, in this action the manufacturer plans to cut expenses and for this it will have to cut its workforce.
To be more exact, Ford’s restructuring plans to eliminate 1,000 jobs in the United States. Actually, Ford’s workforce is made up of nearly 190,000 employees.
In a post by Autocosm they say that sources mentioned Bloomberg, that clipping The staff aims to improve Ford’s operational efficiency and stressed that this measure is not linked to the increase in costs caused by the pandemic of the coronavirus.
- Ford is undergoing a reorganization process in which includes the appointment of Jim Farley as the new president and CEO of the company from October 1.
- The company estimates that 2020 will close with a negative result for the first time in a decade.
- In 2019, Ford cut 7,000 jobs globally as part of its reorganization process and with a goal of saving $ 600 million.
The American Car Company Ford fired in 2019 a 10% of its workforce worldwide, an approximate of 7,000 jobs highly rated (white-collar).
Of the 7,000 jobs that were eliminated, 2,400 of these will take place in the United States, and an additional 1,500 high-ranking workers will be carried out through negotiations.
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