GM Holden Ltd. reactivates the afternoon shift at its South Australian vehicle manufacturing plant and ends its 2-crew/one-shift working arrangement with staff restored to full-time employment. The General Motors Co. subsidiary also says it is in the process of hiring 165 new employees. It signed up 100 new employees this month for the afternoon shift, with a further 65 new positions to be filled before the end of the year. The afternoon shift was suspended May 1, 2009, due to the ...
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