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GM is offering incentives for some workers to quit.

August 26, 1986

The incentives are aimed at the auto maker's white-collar employees, said a GM spokeswoman who would not provide details of the program. The incentives are part of General Motors' plan to cut its salaried work force by 25% by 1989. The company has 133,000 salaried employees in the United States and 9,000 in Canada. Certain white-collar workers will be asked to resign under the voluntary program, the spokeswoman said, but they will be free to refuse.

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