General Motors is cutting 940 salaried jobs as it closes its Arizona IT Innovation Center at the end of October.
The news comes almost a week after the automaker said it gave notice to about 200 engineers elsewhere that their positions were being eliminated.
On Wednesday, GM notified the 1,029 nonunion employees at the Arizona IT Innovation Center of the decision to cut most of the jobs there, followed by a companywide email, which was obtained by the Detroit Free Press.
“Today we announced the difficult decision to cease IDT (information and digital technology) operations at the Arizona IT Innovation Center at the end of October. This decision was not an easy one, but it will help to optimize our innovation center footprint and gain the efficiencies and effectiveness we need to have to continue to support the company,” wrote Stacy Lynett, GM’s vice president of Information and Digital Technology.
Lynett wrote that all information and digital technology jobs are being eliminated at the…
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2023-08-31 14:22:00 , Dennehotso Arizona – Vivrr Local