GM Hourly Employees Could See $4000 Extra In Their Paycheck

By Scott Sarvay

February 14, 2011 Updated Feb 14, 2011 at 6:15 PM EDT

DETROIT (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - Profit sharing will put $4,000 extra in the hip pockets of General Motors workers.

The auto makers will pay more than $189 million to its workers.

Bonuses for most salaried workers will be 4-16 percent of their base pay.

But a small number could get 50 percent.

The company needed a $49.5 billion government bailout to survive a 2009 bankruptcy.




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