GM Transitions from DDI to Select

DDI to Select


DDI to Select

The new hire assessments that are currently conducted by DDI for GM new hire applications was recently put out for bid by GM.  Following the bidding process, a new vendor has been selected by General Motors to complete the new hire assessments.  The company that will be conducting the assessments in the future will be Select International.  Select International will soon be visiting several of our UAW represented locations to speak with Team Leaders, Group Leaders, Team Members, and Skilled Trades members to get a better understanding of what type of information is necessary to include in the assessment process for UAW GM facilities. We will share information as it becomes available while GM transitions from DDI to Select.

GM Voluntary Long Term Disability

Long Term Disability

Important Information about your voluntary LTD benefits.

If you enrolled in the GM Voluntary Long Term Disability Plan it is important to remember that the plan does not offer payroll deduction.

What you can expect:

1. MetLife will mail you your bill (If you have not already done so,
please remember to pay your premiums).

2. You can switch from direct bill to electronic funds transfer (EFT) for
an easier payment process.

3. In the upcoming weeks you will receive a reminder communication in the mail that           includes some FAQs about the plan and a blank EFT form to help you switch to EFT.

4. If you are laid off and have concerns about paying your premiums
while on layoff, please call MetLife at 1-888-543-3461*.
Questions about your bill, call 1-888-543-3461*
Questions about the plan benefits, call 1-800-606-6227

*Follow prompts 4, then 1 and then 0, to be connected to a billing representative.
Important Note: Prompt 4 is for life insurance; however this is also the correct prompt for the Voluntary LTD plan.

Blue Cross 24/7 Online Health Account


Sign up now. It’s part of Blue Cross and BCN health care plans.

Be prepared to feel better faster. Sign up now for 24/7 online health care so you’re ready to use it anytime, anywhere. No appointment needed.*

Once you sign up, you’ll be able to meet online — by smartphone, tablet or a computer — with a U.S. board certified doctor who can care for you when your primary doctor isn’t available.

Create your account by:

 Mobile – Download the Amwell® app

Web – Go to

Phone – Call 1-844-733-3627

  • Add your Blue Cross or BCN health care plan information
  • Use service key: BCBSM

 Important: You may be charged incorrectly if you don’t enter your plan information and service key. If you already have an Amwell account, log in and update your plan information and service key, BCBSM.

 Take advantage of e-visits when you:

  • Can’t leave home or your workplace.
  • Need to see a doctor after-hours.
  • Have minor illnesses, such as a cold, muscle strain or skin rash.
  • Or anyone on your plan needs care.

Be prepared to feel better faster.

Sign up today!

*U.S. only. Some states have visit and prescribing restrictions. Online health care doesn’t replace primary doctor relationships.

General Wage Increase and In-Progression Wage Increase

Effective September 17, 2017, each employee covered by the 2015 UAW-GM National Agreement whose straight time hourly rate was $27.79 or more as of September 14, 2015 will receive a three percent (3%) general wage increase pursuant to the provisions of Paragraph (98) (b).  The amount of each such wage increase for each individual worker will be determined by the straight time hourly rate of the employee in line with the Table in Paragraph (98) (b), page 83 of the 2015 UAW-GM National Agreement.

Effective September 18, 2017, each regular, non-temporary production (In-Progression) employee hired prior to the effective date of the 2015 National Agreement will receive a base wage increases in accordance with the schedule published in the Memorandum of Understanding UAW-GM Wage & Benefit Agreement for Employees In-Progression, page 264 of the 2015 UAW-GM National Agreement.

If you have any questions, please contact your Local Union Representative.