Around 900 employees will see a change to their work with this shift from GM.

General Motors will soon be shutting down their Grand Blanc Township Customer Care and Aftersales World Headquarters. All 900 employees at the facility will be affected by the change with some of them moving to the Global Technical Center in Warren.

GM is shifting the location of certain groups in (southeast) Michigan to increase collaboration among our teams...The moves also reflect adapting to post-pandemic workplaces where the future will be more flexible. The moves will bring more employees and teams to the Global Technical Center in Warren. Some workers will shift to Warren from the global headquarters at the GM RenCen and a facility in Grand Blanc (Township), while the company will also bring some new tech workers to the RenCen...GM said in a statement to MLive-The Flint Journal.

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As of right now, some things are still in the air. It is too early to tell whether or not all of the employees will physically move to the Warren location. Also, The future of the building in Grand Blanc Township is still unknown. The Grand Blanc Township Customer Care and Aftersale World Headquarters served as the center for worldwide sales and distribution of General Motors parts to dealers, service, and repair centers and retailers.

The 300,000 square foot, three-story building was built in 1996 for the price of $43 million dollars and provides Grand Blanc Township with around $70,000 each year in property taxes. For more information on the shift, click here.  

Source: MLive

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