TRENTON, Mich. – Fiat-Chrysler announced a good performance on Thursday, and it's even more than the Ford Motor Company made last year.
However, the prospect of the future is about Wall Street, and success leaves some of Chrysler's lineages as a bit frustrated.
Employees said they were working hard to create some of the best vehicles in the industry, but while struggling for the seventh largest automaker in the world, the paycheck payments look bad when compared to their other top car manufacturers.
Due to the new Ram truck and Jeep SUV, FCA had a very good 201[ads1]8, which increased by just over $ 4 billion, up 3 percent from 2017 revenue.
The company had a strong fourth quarter: $ 1.4 billion, or 61 percent better than last year. The money rolled in so much that the company announced that it would start paying a share dividend for the first time in a decade.
It also means larger pay split bonus controls for UAW line workers.
In 2017, General Motors paid $ 11,750, only $ 250 cards of the highest amount. Ford paid $ 9,000. Last year, FCA paid $ 5,500.
This year, Chrysler was the only company that increased its payout. General Motors will pay $ 10,750, or 9 percent less. Ford announced a 15 percent cut to $ 7,600. FCA pays $ 6,000, an increase of 9 percent.
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