Thread regarding General Motors layoffs

Make Your GM Opinions Make an Impact By...

Providing your rating GM on Glassdoor.com . It is anonymous and GM cannot modify the ratings, (although I've heard that HR has created their own very favorable reviews to keep GM above 3 stars).
Currently GM has 3.5 out of 5 stars with Mary B receiving a 62% approval rating. Low ratings tend to dissuade applicants from pursuing a career at GM. So in a way, you are doing applicants a favor, protecting them from spending substantial time at GM and then eventually being laid off without merit.

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I had done my due diligence on Glassdoor. Although I wasn't laid off I had enough of it, and found a better opportunity else where. Still in touch with buddies there, we will see what bonus they give this time.

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Post ID: @cvpi+132DgZwH

Even though GM HR is posting glowing reviews to maintain a positive GM brand opinion, I still think it is worthwhile for anyone reading this site to post their own Glassdoor reviews. Like Mary Barra's statement of zero crashes, zero emissions, zero congestion, I think we should add zero compassion for her dedicated long-term employees.

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Post ID: @1vnw+132DgZwH

I think this is a great idea, also. Unfortunately I think GM will post counter reviews to offset the bad ones.

Companies usually have HR (or some such team) that monitor social media to mitigate possible brand damage going as far as using unscrupulous things as I described.

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Post ID: @1elk+132DgZwH

I was one of laid off (30 then with stellar reviews too). I loved my time GM until final day and usually checked glassdoor quite a bit. Long story short, Mary Barra's rating was 89% well prior to layoffs. Since then it was fallen to lows 60s

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Post ID: @1vub+132DgZwH

Great idea! I have a lot to complain about and happy to contribute to reducing Barra's approval rating!

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