Archive for November, 2010

Layoffs likely to close $60 million gap

Some Cincinnati employee union members agreed to concessions in 2010 to save jobs, but union leaders say that’s not likely for 2011.

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Yahoo Layoffs Coming December 13 (and Not This Week, Though It’s Still Bad News)

This will be short and–considering the topic–bittersweet. Despite a report in TechCrunch saying layoffs at Yahoo might be imminent, previously reported layoffs of employees in its products unit will not take place this week.

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L.A. Unified workers to protest layoffs, reassignments

Employees of the Los Angeles Unified School District will protest the layoffs and reassignments of several thousand clerical workers and plant managers Tuesday afternoon outside district headquarters. More than a thousand district employees will be without jobs Wednesday, and more…

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Layoffs May Force Residents to Report Crime Online

December 8th will the the final day on the job for 41 employees of the Stark County Sheriff’s Office.

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Newark police layoffs are largest in 32 years

More than 150 police officers lost their jobs Tuesday after negotiations between their union and New Jersey’s largest city broke off, reducing the police force as violent crime has started to rise after three years of decline.

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20 Flint police officers get layoff notices

Twenty Flint police officers were issued layoff notices this afternoon following stalled negotiations between the city and police union, officials said.

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