GM Reveals Salaried Downtime Paid Absence Policy (SDPA)

GM Reveals Salaried Downtime Paid Absence Policy (SDPA) http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com /
Download this pdf to get the 411 on a new GM-on-the-brink compensation
scheme [http://tinyurl.com/dfacu3 ], sent to us by a member of TTACs Best and Brightest. The program has been activated by GMs recent decision to shut down production for nine weeks over the summer. Hows this for reassurance? SDPA salary will be paid on a semi-monthly basis. The current percentage established by this policy is 75%. Leadership reserves the right to terminate, modify, suspend, increase or decrease salaries and benefits provided under this policy. Equally worrying (for some), employees getting free vehicles form GM will have to pay for their own fuel during the downtime. Fuel expenses incurred during the entire paid downtime period are at the expense of the employee (similar to when on vacation or Holiday). All other vehicle expenses (e.g., oil changes, etc.) will continue to be covered in accordance with the PEP/ECVP rules and terms in effect throughout the paid downtime period(s). Every 3000 miles?
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