Regarding the date of implementation of the plan, GM announced its intention to start hiring this week, and that will continue until the end of the first quarter of next year. It also said that it will provide a large number of remote opportunities more than ever before.
General Motors Vice President, Ken Morris, who is also responsible for electric and autonomous cars, said that General Motors aims to develop a group of electric cars, and that is why it seeks to recruit experts through which the company can do this quickly.
It is worth noting that some factors have affected the recruitment processes in large companies, especially in the automotive industry. At a time when companies are struggling to shift from the traditional vehicle (cars) industry to electric and autonomous cars, they are also struggling in light of the continuing Corona pandemic and its effects in impeding economic growth. And isolation measures.
It is also known that the electric car industry and its development is witnessing great growth, especially in General Motors, which spends billions to develop the field of self-driving cars, and that the increase in remote work has been more effective for the company than expected, and that is why the company focuses on recruiting specialists and experts in these fields as it does not mind Increase the percentage of remote work opportunities as well.