Hello NCRO Members

Welcome to the new NCRO Blog site. We hope you take advantage of this site to ask questions,  submit opinions and advise others that write in.


About NCRO

Protect pensions and other retiree benefits, Do our part to keep Chrysler LLC viable and strong, Inform, Educate and Communicate, Support American workers, jobs and products, Build camaraderie and fellowship
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11 Responses to Hello NCRO Members

  1. RJ says:

    what’s with the new blog??? have all previous comments been deleted?

    • ncro says:

      We had to start a new blog because we are moving away from our current web domain host provider. So yes, all previous blog posts are gone. If there is something in particular that was on our old blog that you have a question about feel free to post it here.

      • nov2002 says:

        Good luck. My opinion – this site is not as easy to access nor use, a was the original site.

      • ncro says:

        Thanks for the ‘good luck’ wishes. We hope the learning curve is a gentle one. If you or anybody else knows of a better blog site, please let us know.

  2. nov2002 says:

    Don’t seem to be able to access any site, other than “Hello NCRO Members”

    • NCRO says:

      The reason you “Don’t seem to be able to access any site, other than “Hello NCRO Members” is because this is our new blog and nobody else has posted anything. Until yesterday, Oct 7 that is. We have a new post in the NCRO Benefits Express section titled “Funds Held In RHCA For Overpayment In Error?”

  3. Tom says:

    Many other large companies allow retirees to work as contract employees; Chrysler doesn’t, why not?

  4. Pods says:

    Is there any chance that Chrysler will reinstate the Salaried lease car Program(Canada still has theres)?

    • ncro says:

      The NCRO is in contact with Chrylser on a number of issues and concerns. One of them being the reinstatement of the salaried lease car program. Although we do not have anything to report on this issue at this time, we believe the door is not completely closed on this subject. There are costs associated with running the lease car program. We hope that as the Chrysler/Fiat partnership continues on a successful past and the IPO generates additional capital, Chrysler might then look at reinstating the program.

  5. Gary Marchenia says:

    Can NCRO provide highlights from the recent quarterly breakfast meeting’s guest speaker, Mike Keegan, regarding Chrysler going forward? His presentation was not video taped, thus, those of us who could not make this meeting are left wondering what was said.

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