General Motors Corp.’s Adam Opel AG subsidiary in Germany says it may cut its workweek to 30 hours in order to save jobs and return to profitability. The company says in a statement the “difficult economic environment” all auto makers are experiencing is the impetus for the idea, “despite the successes of Opel’s “Olympia’ turnaround program.” An Opel spokesman tells Reuters the management and workers’ council have met to discuss cutting the workweek, with an announcement expected in two ...
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