As we strive to become the world's most inclusive company, we're committed to listening to and learning from our employees' experiences. Below, a few of our current team members share a moment in their career where they felt supported as a Black employee.
We're honored to be recognized by Ethisphere Institute as one of 2021's World's Most Ethical Companies for our commitment to diversity, inclusion and positively impacting the communities we serve. We look forward to furthering our commitment to these important goals as we strive to create a safe, sustainable and inclusive future.
Congratulations to Engineering Team Lead Stephanie Thompson, who was named as one of Canada’s 2020 “Most Powerful Women: Top 100” award winners by the Women's Executive Network! Learn how she's working to support and inspire women in STEM at:
"They’re going to be on the forefront of not only getting the rest of American automakers to follow suit, but that's going to also change our power grid structure and charging stations. It's going to be just kind of a part of our day-to-day life. And people will see driving an electric car is really a lot of fun." — Will Ferrell We’re thrilled to have Will Ferrell on board for an all-electric future. Read why he’s excited about the potential of EVs and a zero-emissions world.
We are excited to announce that our 2021 student recruitment season continues! If you’re dreaming about an internship or career opportunity where you will have the chance to explore, innovate and challenge yourself, you’re one click away.
Striving for a future with zero crashes, zero emissions and zero congestion means challenging the status quo. We look forward to working with Microsoft to unlock the potential of cloud computing for autonomous vehicles. Learn more here:
Looking for work? GM is hiring production workers across the country and we recently transitioned more than 650 temporary hourly employees into full time roles. Read the full story: https://media.gm.com/media/us/en/gm/home.detail.html/content/Pages/news/us/en/2021/jan/0104-gm.html To see open roles and apply
The all new General Motors BrightDrop team is growing, and we are seeking technical, innovative, problem solvers in engineering and IT to join us! You will have the opportunity to help us invent smarter ways to deliver goods and services with this new one-stop-shop ecosystem designed to help delivery and logistics companies increase efficiency and employee safety while lowering costs and reducing their carbon footprint. To learn more and apply visit:
Congratulations to all of the incredible leaders named to the Forbes 2020 Most Powerful Women list, including our own Chairman and CEO Mary Barra. After a year of rising to unprecedented challenges, this is a well-deserved honor.
Meet Jimena Stewart, Senior Simulation Engineer on GM Canada’s Active Safety Test and Simulation HIL team. With a background in modelling and simulation, Jimena joined the GM family to work on cutting edge technology that would help create a world with zero crashes, zero emissions and zero congestion. Learn more about her story here: