Some 400 manufacturing workers at GM Holden’s Elizabeth assembly plant have collected their final paychecks, but General Motors’ Australian subsidiary is having trouble finding enough volunteers for separation packages at the product- development center. The center has a redundancy quota of 100, but Fairfax Media reports only 40 employees have expressed interest in the scheme, raising the prospect 60 workers could face forced layoffs. GM Holden announced the staffing cuts ...

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