DETROIT -- General Motors Corp.’s decision Nov. 28 to reduce spending by 7% on contract agencies providing the automaker with temporary employees might not be the last headcount reduction at GM in the near future. Sources tell Ward’s a plan is being considered to offer early retirement buyouts to personnel at least 50-years old with 25 years experience at GM. However, not every employee meeting those requirements would be offered a severance package. The personnel reduction effort would ...
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