GM workers must decide soon on latest buyout offer
This week, 62,000 hourly workers at General Motors Corp. have to answer a question they've already answered at least twice in the past three years: Will they stay, or will they go? In the Lansing area, about 4,400 will have to make the call by the Tuesday deadline.
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#1 Mar 24, 2009
Bankruptcy is on the way
#2 Mar 24, 2009
It's a tough call, but I'd take it. Life is too short, and after devoting 30 or more years of your life to one company, it's probably time to move on. I look at some guys that have 35-40 years on the job, and most aren't budging. Unreal.What's keeping them there? The rules of the game are changing and are going to get worse. The good days are gone. If you have the time, get out.
#3 Apr 4, 2009
So how many that frequent this board took the buyout? Did you make the right choice? From what I've been hearing, the Government is going after the older workers that stayed, wages next. Let's hear from you.
#4 Apr 4, 2009
What is up with you guys?? Can't get a response from anyone.
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