Wall Street will celebrate, but GM and Delphi are about to lose the experience and problem solving ability of 40,000 people. Well, wait a minute, was GM getting the most of out of those brains anyway? Or, had employeeschecked their brains at the door at management’s request? Hopefully, they can pick their brains up on their way to retirement or their next jobs.
It’s amazing to me that Toyota considers employees to be a great strength and something to develop, for the good of the company and the employee, while GM sees employees as a cost. How sad. What waste.
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