Harley-Davidson cutting 180 production jobs this fall

By the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Jul 20, 2017

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Harley-Davidson Inc. is eliminating about 180 production jobs at its plants this fall, union officials said Tuesday, with the Menomonee Falls (WI) and Kansas City locations to be hit the hardest.

The 180 permanent job cuts are coming in the next couple of months as the company throttles back production amid weak U.S. motorcycle sales.

Temporary furloughs also are expected at the plants including the Menomonee Falls factory that employs about 1,000 production workers.

Read the full story at jsonline.com.

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