TROY, Mich. (Dec. 10)—Delphi Automotive Systems Corp. said it will further reduce its global salaried work force beyond the 11,500 positions it said it would cut in March. The world's largest automotive supplier expects another 1,400 people to leave the company through voluntary because of incentive retirement and career transition programs. Delphi announced the programs to its employees Dec. 3. The manufacturer expects to take charges of $100 million to $150 million early next year to pay for the separations that come amidst its forecasts for vehicle production volumes in North America next year of only 15.7 million.
Delphi to reduce work force by another 1,400
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