General Motors Corp., responding to employee requests to improve internal relations and morale, says by July each of its 89 manufacturing sites in the U.S. and Canada will have a business communication integrator (BCI) on staff to improve interaction between workers and management. The automaker created the position about two years ago and currently is in the final stages of hiring. According to a GM spokeswoman, the business communication integrators will serve at assembly plants, Service ...
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