Back Up Plan: Labor Finders Can Help General Motors Employees Pay Their Bills

October 18, 2019

Palm Beach Gardens, FL—There are tens of thousands of General Motors employees whose jobs have been placed on hold due to the on-going contract negotiations between GM and the United Auto Workers (UAW). Even though a tentative agreement was reached on October 16, that does not mean the strike is over.  It could take several weeks for GM employees to resume their work schedules.

This strike is also affecting not only the GM employees but also suppliers who manufacture parts for the vehicles.  These suppliers are based throughout the United States. Labor Finders can place these employees with jobs right now. And, more importantly these employees will have that all-important paycheck in their hands by the end of their workday.

“We are all hopeful for a timely resolution to the on-going UAW and GM negotiations. And, we are aware that these employees have immediate responsibilities such as paying bills and putting food on the table,” said Jeffrey Burnett, President and CEO of Labor Finders. “Each of our two hundred offices throughout the country has the capability to assist in obtaining jobs for them immediately.”

To find the closest Labor Finders office in your area call 1-800-864-7749 or visit the company website at: www.laborfinders.com.

 

****Note to Media: 

For more information on Labor Finders and or to interview Jeffrey Burnett, President and CEO of Labor Finders please feel free to contact Celina Klee, the Public Relations Manager for Labor Finders International, Inc. at 561-273-8226 or by email at Celina.klee@laborfinders.com. In addition, please be sure to check out the Labor Finders International, Inc. website at www.laborfinders.com.

 

 

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