Thread regarding General Motors layoffs

For those that have worked at GM and Ford… which is better/worse?

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Why do GM people always try to make things about Ford? Reminds me of the old GM salute. You might remember that from when GM was under...defered criminal prosecution :o

Like all the advertisements about GM leading the electric future, GM culture dictates that reality is in the eye of the sociopath. To win, one only needs to make others think that they've won.

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Post ID: @bpev+1cefN11H

More of a openly criminal element at Ford. Lying and cheating on everything. At GM, you are insulated from this by your EGM. It probably still goes on but they are better at keeping you out of their shenanigans.

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Post ID: @auzp+1cefN11H

Ford is a 1970s mantality joke, and GM is in bed with the Chi Co---e's.

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Post ID: @9pgm+1cefN11H

Open about their intention to treat you like garbage? I'm sure that I would have not taken the job at GM if that was the case.

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Post ID: @8oox+1cefN11H

At GM they at least were open about their intention to treat you like garbage. At Ford, they play this "family" shtick all the while looking to drop a kn--e in your back.

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Post ID: @5cnk+1cefN11H

At General Motors I was treated like complete cr-p every single day. Mostly because of politics. At Ford I wasn't. The benefits weren't worth the pain.

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Post ID: @1nnq+1cefN11H

GM is better with benefits and compensation structure. Current Ford and Former GM Employee. GM: Better Health Insurance, Vacation days, Profit sharing. Ford: More family like feel.

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Post ID: @1zko+1cefN11H

Ford Employee of 4 years and GM employee of 5 years (current). I liked Ford, it really felt like a family company. That said, I think Ford is cheap. The benefits are cr-p compared to GM. My heath insurance at GM is way better than Ford. My bonuses tended to be larger too. Still, if I had to go back to Ford, I wouldn't mind, it was a good company - cheap - but good company.

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