Ford Motor Co. reportedly will delay raises to 47,500 salaried employees in the U.S. and Canada until Aug. 1 from the previously set date of July 1. There is also a strong possibility raises may not be granted before next year, says The Detroit News. In an e-mail sent to Ford employees June 10, Chief Operating Officer Nick Scheele said raises would be granted on the condition the U.S. economy and Ford’s own economic outlook continue to improve. The July 1 date was a delay from early ...

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