General Motors is preparing plans to cut jobs in international headquarter in Singapore.
Global auto giant General Motors announced that it will cut jobs in its Singapore-based office that oversees operations in ASEAN, India, Korea, Australia, and New Zealand. Perhaps the company is preparing plans to restructure in international markets to strengthen global business performance. Around 130 employees of 180 at GM International will leave the company by the end of 2017.
In our country, the primary GM brand is Chevrolet, and is handled by the Covenant Car Company, Inc. (TCCI).
Responding to some media queries, GM further stated that it is working with employees, their union representatives and local authorities to provide transition support.
In case you’re unaware, General Motors has taken aggressive steps to narrow its focus on China, the highly-profitable North American light truck and sport utility market, Latin America, vehicle financing and transportation services.