GM to axe 100 R&D positions
The cuts are about a 25-percent reduction in the Warren facility and are part of a "global restructuring."
"These moves will enable the organization to better focus on commercializing customer-focused innovation in a more efficient and cost effective manner," GM spokesman Dan Flores tells The Detroit News.
If they aren't offered new positions, affected workers will have 30 days to apply for other posts within GM before the layoffs commence in early June.
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