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Wages, profit sharing, and benefits are all set to increase for more than 1,350 of GM’s hourly employees. The good news stems from the automaker’s workers transitioning from temporary to full-time employment during the first quarter of 2020. The 1,350 employees are scattered across 14 U.S. manufacturing plants based in Michigan, Indiana, Tennessee, Texas, New York, Missouri, Kansas, and Kentucky. According to Gerald Johnson, GM’s executive vice president of Global Manufacturing: “We are excited to welcome these employees as regular, full-time team members, and today’s announcement affirms GM’s continuing commitment to a strong U.S. manufacturing base.”

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