ORION TWP., MI – United Auto Workers union Vice President Joe Ashton expects General Motors to begin hiring new workers as soon as the remaining 1,200 hourly personnel are called back sometime before the end of the year. Ashton revealed during last week’s UAW convention in Detroit that GM, some 20 months removed from bankruptcy and profitable last year for the first time since 2004, would call back to work all remaining laid-off employees. The callbacks include a mix of workers earning ...

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