General Motors Hiring Workers Who Were Laid Off at Other Plants
Another day, another job available. Not long after General Motors confirmed the layoffs of thousands of workers at several plants across the country, the auto maker announced it's bringing 1000 new jobs to a Michigan assembly plant.
According to WILX-News 10, Your Breaking News and Weather Authority, GM said its adding those workers to its Flint assembly plant as it gets ready to launch the 2020 Silverado.
General Motors will give priority in hiring to workers who were laid off at other plants. GM started the process of cutting about 4000 white collar positions from its payroll on Monday.
In November, the company said it wanted to cut 8,000 salaried and contract workers so it can raise profit margins and invest more in autonomous and electric vehicles.