General Motors Corp. will move 3,000 workers from metal fabricating and manufacturing operations in Troy and Warren, MI, to a site in nearby Pontiac as part of an effort to consolidate employment centers, The workers, all engineers and support staff, will be shifted to the Centerpoint Business Campus in Pontiac in phases. About 1,000 Metal Fabricating Div. workers will move this year and the rest will relocate in 2004, says The Detroit News. GM is moving employees from leased office ...

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