General Motors is bringing back 401(k) matches of 50 cents on the dollar, up to 4% of an employee’s salary, beginning Jan. 1, the Detroit Free Press reports.

GM had suspended the match on Jan. 1 of this year as part of cost-cutting measures. The company is now financially stronger and keen on “competing for talent,” said GM spokesman Tom Wilkinson.

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