Vladimír Urbánek (Kurzy.cz)
World markets  |  January 11, 2013 14:15:22

Ford plans this year to recruit 2,200 employees, the most since 2001


The American automaker Ford announced that In this year plans to recruit about 2,200 new employees to cover the growing demand for its cars in the domestic market. The announced increase in the number of employees will be the highest since 2001, when work gave 3,300 people.

Already last year, the automaker has increased by 8,100 employees.

The automaker has now met about half of the long-term plan, which it set in 2011, which calculates to 2015 with the creation of about 12,000 new jobs.

Fords announced yesterday, thanks to improved outcomes raises quarterly dividend by 100% from 5 to 10 cents per share.
Ford for the first nine months of last year, the domestic gross profit rose to 6.47 mld.USD. The domestic market the company generated operating profit margin of 11.2%. The automotive sector as a whole is generally considered to around 5% as a success.

Ford shares yesterday rose by 2.7% and reached its highest level since July 2011. Since the beginning of the title already scored 6.8 percent appreciation. Last year improved by 20%.
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