DETROIT -- Former General Motors CEO Fritz Henderson is working as a consultant for turnaround specialist AlixPartners LLP.
The firm, which is helping sell or wind down the assets GM shed in bankruptcy, made the disclosure Friday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. Henderson will work as a contractor and will not be involved in any matters related to Old GM, the filing said.
Henderson is also working for GM as a consultant on international operations on a month-to-month basis. The job pays $59,090 monthly and will end some time this year, GM said in February.
The GM board ousted Henderson on Dec. 1. He had become CEO in March, when the U.S. Treasury dismissed then-CEO Rick Wagoner as part of GM's U.S. bailout. Ed Whitacre, the former AT&T chief executive who was named GM chairman in June, now also serves as CEO.