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Chrysler Group employees shine during Pride Month

by Alexandria Shesterkin

Employees Linda Miller-Boswell (left) and Maureen Rose browse some of the Faces of GALA posters at one of the two locations the exhibit is displayed at Chrysler Group headquarters, Auburn Hills, Mich.

The spirit of inclusiveness fills the halls of Chrysler Group headquarters this month as the company celebrates the vibrancy of its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees and its allies.

As part of Chrysler Group’s observance of LGBT Pride month, the company’s LGBT employee resource group Gay and Lesbian Alliance (GALA) opens an exhibit today, entitled Faces of GALA.

The exhibit...
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Motor Citizens driving social change in North America

by Mike Driehorst

In my relatively short time with Chrysler Group, community commitment and volunteerism is a theme that has often come up. United Way commitment. Helping clean up Belle Isle near Detroit. Making a Dodge Grand CAN-avan. Being part of Detroit Partnership Day. Doing a makeover in Kokomo.

While the ultimate goal for any company is to make a profit, it seems that a close second for Chrysler is to make its world a better place.

Yesterday, the company revved up its community commitment by launching Chrysler Motor...
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by Mike Driehorst

Chrysler Group and the communities in which we work have been through a lot of challenges in recent years. Though we are riding on four-plus years of monthly sales growth, and have a good deal of positive momentum, the corporate and individual memories of our past struggles keep us focused. It’s that sense of humility and work ethic that CEO Sergio Marchionne repeatedly talks about.

During the Tipton (Ind.) Transmission Plant dedication this week, UAW Local 685 Rich Boruff reminded all of us of the important and humbling role Chrysler Group plays in...
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An Article of Faith

by Eric Mayne

The faithful were out in force today at Sterling Heights Assembly Plant, also known as SHAP.

In 2009, the suburban Detroit site was scheduled to close its doors, a tired remnant of a bankrupt regime. But with the birth of Chrysler Group, the plant was rejuvenated.

Today it is home to the all-new 2015 Chrysler 200 – and 2,800 employees who took the extraordinary step of declaring, during a spirited production-launch celebration, their allegiance to the Company and to each other.

The “I Believe” pledge is the culmination of some soul-searching by forklift driver...
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Exhibit celebrates artists at work

by Catherine Gasior

Employees in the automotive field are known for strong math, science and technical skills. However, Chrysler Group wants its employees to tap into their inner artist.

About 600 entries were submitted by UAW-represented and non-bargaining-unit Chrysler employees for the 2013-2014 Artists @ Work Exhibition, the country’s only juried art show sponsored by a major corporation and labor union. The exhibit was established by the UAW and Chrysler Group and is coordinated by the UAW-Chrysler National Training Center (NTC) to provide a unique creative outlet for employees and to reinforce...
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