General Motors confirmed its asking about 1,200 employees to readjust their typical July vacations in an effort to satisfy Cadillac CTS demand.
Typically G.M. employees enjoy a two-week break in the beginning of July, but G.M. is asking its Grand River Assembly employees to work the second week of the month.
It’s all in an effort to satisfy CTS demand that’s up 90-percent this year vs. the same time frame in 2002.
Union officials negotiated the two weeks as “family time” and G.M. typically uses the break to fine-tune the plants.
Union officials say their workers won’t loose the vacation time, they’ll just simply take it following the July break.