Archive for May, 2017

Layoffs scare is real, not exaggerated

The stark takeaway from ET’s Jobs Disruption survey of nearly 11,000 employees is that the fear of job losses is not overblown but a near-term reality.ECONOMICTIMES.COM | June 01, 2017, 08:33 IST Job creation has been the biggest economic problem for Prime …

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ULA layoffs raise questions on Harlingen operations

HARLINGEN — Space company United Launch Alliance has issued layoff notices to dozens of workers at its local facility, raising questions about how long the rocket-engine production site will operate in Harlingen. Officials with United Auto Workers Local …

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University of Missouri System begins layoffs at headquarters

ST. LOUIS • The University of Missouri System began a major round of layoffs at its Columbia headquarters Wednesday in a cost-cutting move that appears to at least initially be affecting its lobbying and public-relations operations. As of Wednesday …

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GM announces more layoffs

General Motors is cutting factory jobs again. The automaker will eliminate one of two shifts at its Warren, Michigan plant, which makes transmissions. The company won’t say how many jobs will be affected, but the cuts could eliminate about half of the …

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General Motors Layoffs: 581 Jobs

(CNN) – General Motors plans to cut jobs. The automaker did not put a number on exactly how many jobs it is cutting, but it is slashing roughly half the nearly 600 workers at its Warren transmission plant. The Michigan factory makes transmissions used in …

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ESPN Parts Ways With John Clayton In Ongoing Layoffs

NFL insider John Clayton is the latest ESPN personality to be laid off by the self-named Worldwide Leader in Sports. Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a writer in 2007, John Clayton worked for ESPN for 23 years as an analyst and senior NFL writer.

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