General Motors Corp. is expected to eliminate additional positions from its salaried workforce this month as it scrambles to right-size payroll ahead of a June 1 restructuring deadline. Sources tell Ward’s the cuts could come as early as next week. GM’s media relations department says the auto maker has nothing to say beyond previous announcements. GM wants to trim its white-collar payroll by 3,400 employees before May 1. The cuts got under way last month, with 160 workers fired at the ...
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