Chrysler Will Pay Strayer Tuition for Dealership Workers

May 4, 2015

The American division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles plans to announce a program today in which all dealership employees could be entitled to free tuition at Strayer University, either online or at a campus, Fortune reported. The employees will be able to take classes in associate, bachelor's and master's programs. Funds would be paid up front, so no money would have to come from employees. Officials declined to say how much the program would cost. Individual dealerships will have to pay part of the cost for their employees to participate. Chrysler is introducing the program to fight rapid turnover that currently hurts many dealerships.

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