About 4,000 General Motors workers are about to lose their jobs.
Layoffs start Monday.
They’re part of a 15% reduction in white collar jobs in North America.
The car company first announced the reduction back in November — along with plans to close four U.S. plants and one in Canada.
It’s all part of ongoing cost reductions to free up 6 billion dollars a year to invest in new car technology — like electric and self-driving vehicles.
GM is going to report financial results Wednesday, and lower earnings are expected.