A couple hundred Harley Davidson employees will be looking for work before the end of the year.
With third quarter profits down once again, the motorcycle company says its forced to cut about 225 jobs before year's end.
The employees affected will be salaried employees. The company is cutting costs a day after it was reported that third quarter sales were down by 18%.
While some layoffs will affect employees here in Milwaukee, the company says they will take place across the country.
Jeff discussed why Harley why Harley might be struggling on Wednesday's show. Hear the segment in the above soundcloud player.