Chrysler Crisis

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Chrysler has had one bad week for press.

The car company just announced the suspension of a group of plant workers who were caught getting inebriated during lunch breaks. The ten to twelve workers were busted by local Detroit television station WJBK-TV. Apparently, another worker noticed the behavior and tipped off the station. WJBK then followed the workers for ten days, filming them as they bought booze and went to a park to drink it. There is also evidence that marijuana was also being consumed during these breaks.

According to the Detroit Free Press, Chrysler is taking these offenses very seriously. Chrysler manufacturing chief Scott Gaberding made a public announcement declaring, “[The] behavior is totally unacceptable.” The United Auto Workers association also commented on the situation, saying that, “…it strongly opposes the use of alcohol or controlled substances on the job.”

Our auto shipping companies are glad the Chrysler situation was handled swiftly, with time took to address the public.


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