Late shift workers to head home earlier under test program.
GM Korea is following Hyundai in a move to abolish long overnight shifts at its manufacturing plants, for decades a source of complaint by workers who contend the long hours and absence from family are eroding their quality of life. A GM Korea spokesman tells WardsAuto the company will implement a test program on March 11 that eliminates the 10-hour long graveyard shifts beginning shortly after midnight and end in the early morning hours. Rather than the current two 10-hour shifts, GM ...
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