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CHRYSLER-IT JOBS
(2008-04-03)
(wgvu) - CHRYSLER IS OUTSOURCING SOME OF ITS
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY WORK IN A MOVE THAT WILL ELIMINATE ABOUT 200
FULL-TIME SALARIED JOBS.
CHRYSLER VICE PRESIDENT JAN BERTSCH SAYS THE AUTOMAKER HAS
FINALIZED CONTRACTS WITH INDIA-BASED TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES AND
A VIRGINIA-BASED COMPANY TO MANAGE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT
OPERATIONS FOR INTERNAL EMPLOYEES.
SEVERAL HUNDRED OF THE 1,100 CONTRACT WORKERS IN CHRYSLER'S
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT ALSO WILL LOSE THEIR JOBS.
BERTSCH SAYS THE MOVES WILL RESULT IN "SUBSTANTIAL" SAVINGS,
BUT DECLINED TO ELABORATE.
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