General Motors will layoff about 4,000 workers by Wednesday, which comes after months of declining job openings and employee sentiments at the company.
General Motors listed two temp positions for its Fort Wayne factory on October 9, then took them down on the day that the United Auto Workers Union lawsuit against them was reported.
General Motors is laying off 50 jobs at its Brownstown factory. At the same time, it's been 18 months since our database found a job at GMs Lake Orion factory.
Another layoff announcement, another sinking trendline; Nestle is the latest company to announce layoffs at the end of 2018.
Back on August 31, there were 2,976 job openings at Verizon. Today, there are 1,848, a decrease of 37.9%.
Yet another canary in the coal mine: hiring at General Motors ground to a halt months before they announced layoffs.
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