Mary Barra, Chairman and CEO of General Motors Tweets About…..
Mary Barra, Chairman, and CEO of General Motors Tweets About Employees
General Motors tweets about employees. General Motors and Ford decided to employ white-collar from home starting today as a precaution against coronavirus outbreak.
US automakers General Motors and Ford Motor reported that most of the white-collar workforce will work from home early in the week to prevent the coronavirus from spreading.
“For many of us, this is our first experience,” said GM General Manager Mary Barra on Friday. However, downtime and trial conditions are not new to us. ” You can read General Motors tweets about employees below.
— Mary Barra (@mtbarra) March 13, 2020
Barra said the telework policy is implemented globally outside of China, where existing protocols are available.
Ford Motor CEO James Hackett also said in an email to employees that most of the global white-collar workforce will start working remotely outside of China, where the recovery began.
Hackett stated to his employees that if an employee experiences a positive test, they will be provided with medical help at home and must remain in quarantine for 14 days.
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