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GM recalling some workers 'soon' to prep coronavirus restart
Auto factories adopt coronavirus safety measures, begin to reopen
Auto factories will add safety practices, like employee distancing, face masks and temperature checking, as they begin to reopen. FOX Business’ Grady Trimble with more.
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General Motors is telling some employees that they may be called back to work "soon" to prepare to restart its production plants post-coronavirus, the automaker confirmed to FOX Business Thursday.
The company is in the planning process and has not announced an official restart date, GM said. The first workers back would primarily be salaried employees, with a small number of skilled trades workers.
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The "Big Three" U.S. auto companies closed all plants in late March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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A United Auto Workers source told FOX Business that the workers who may return soon "are not UAW members but salaried employees" and that UAW skilled trades workers would return only if they volunteer.