General Motors Adds 6,900 Workers Postbankruptcy


Since emerging from bankruptcy last year, General Motors has added or

recalled 6,900 workers back to its operations, mostly (about 1,100) in

Michigan. In addition, GM’s second financial report, due out this month,

will report the auto company’s first quarter results of an $865 million

profit for the period ending March 31.

In a telephone interview, vice chairman Steve Girsky said the expected

people to be encouraged by the results. Out of the 6,900 jobs, about

1,100 of them are in Michigan at the Delta Township plant near Lansing, a

new battery plant in Brownstown Township and other GM facilities in Bay

City and Warren. The company has also increased its workers in 3

Canadian facilities by 2,700 since its bankruptcy.

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