The Henry Ford II World Center, headquarters of the Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Michigan.
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Ford Motor expects to begin calling back salaried employees who have been working remotely due to the coronavirus pandemic beginning in late-June, executives said Thursday.
About 124,000 white-collar workers are expected to be in the “final group” of employees to return to their offices, according to Ford Chief Human Resources Officer Kiersten Robinson. She said employees will gradually return starting in late June and into early July.
Plant workers are expected to gradually return to work as early