Harley Davidson To Eliminate 700 Jobs
Harley-Davidson is eliminating 700 jobs as part of a rebuild called “The Rewire.” The motorcycle-maker says 200 of the 700 positions are already vacant. The rest of the employees should be laid off by the end of the year. Harley-Davidson is making “significant changes,” including the departure of Chief Financial Officer John Olin. Harley has six thousand employees worldwide. About one thousand workers are at its Menomonee Falls plant.