US auto layoffs take toll on workers and their communities

Since late 2016 there has been a steady roll call of layoffs by the US-based automakers as the seven-year-long sales boom in the auto industry winds down. The job cuts are taking a toll on workers and their communities across the American Midwest as …

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Trump visited this Boeing factory to celebrate jobs. It just announced layoffs.

Five months ago at a Boeing factory in South Carolina, President Donald Trump proclaimed, “We are going to fight for every last American job.” On Thursday, workers at the North Charleston plant learned they’d soon face layoffs. The airplane …

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Layoffs start next month at the Carrier plant Trump “saved” last winter

Layoffs set to begin next month at Carrier plant Trump struck deal with: report The Indiana plant is laying off 600 workers starting next month, even though Trump offered United Technologies, the plant’s operator, $7 million in incentives to “employ at …

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600 layoffs expected at Carrier plant despite Trump’s deal

Last month, the company told IN officials about 800 factory employees would still have jobs when the layoffs end. Well now he’d probably prefer you didn’t. Am I misunderstanding this story or haven’t we known this since the day the deal was struck last …

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School board, teachers union reach agreement, avoiding layoffs

NORWALK — The Norwalk Board of Education has reached a tentative agreement with its teachers union, the Norwalk Federation of Teachers, to transition its members into the CT 2.0 Healthcare Plan. The agreement, which will negate the need for major budget …

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Iconic ESPN reporter gives update after being among the company’s layoffs

It looks like John Clayton isn’t quite done with ESPN yet. After saying last month that he was among the company’s layoffs, Clayton said on Friday that he will still be paid by ESPN through the end of his deal, which expires in 2020. John Clayton said …

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