Within GM Europe, Charlie Klein will take on the role of VP Vehicle Engineering while Carsten Wreth will become VP of Customer Experience.
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Over the next three years.
GM has been recognized as a top supporter of LGBT equality for seven years in a row.
The Australian Manufacturing Workers Union secured a solid, helpful deal for Holden’s manufacturing workers.
Its fourth consecutive year of inclusion on the list.
Demand for small cars has fallen off as of late.
General Motors is doing its part to attract Hispanic engineers – would-be and otherwise – to Detroit.
The Lansing area is getting more automotive jobs, with the opening of two new facilities from General Motors supplier Magna International.
The 2011 UAW contract stipulates profit-sharing for its North American workers, but it likely will take a hit for 2014 after the recall costs are tallied.
After six months of working at Holden, Gerry Dorizas has decided to leave. Holden’s Chief Financial Officer, Jeff Rolfs, will take over until a replacement is found.
Milikin joined GM in 1977.
Blanchard’s role will now include being the single point contact for rebuilding Detroit in addition to his Local Government Relations role.
The Treasury argues GM compensation is in line with other similar companies.
GM will close down the Consilidated Line in 2016, but the future of the Flex Line is in the air also.