A Foreshadowing of the Future

November 15 , 2012

GE Healthcare in VT – Some Layoffs Reported

Dahlgren’s in Crookston ND – 12 Layoffs Possible

Timken Co – More Temp Layoffs

American Cotton Growers Littlefield facility – 110

St. Lawrence County NY – Budget May = 30 Job Cuts

 


 

November 14 , 2012

Texas Instruments 1,700 Layoffs Worldwide

Westchester County NY – 126 Layoffs in Proposed Budget

The Brattleboro Retreat – 27 Layoffs, 4 Positions Lost

Turkey Point Nuclear Plant FL – 277 Layoffs Possible

Otsego County NY – 10 Layoffs Possible

Wake Forest Baptist Medical NC – 950 Positions by June 2013

Update: Smithfield Foods Inc. Meat Plant VA – Starting Layoffs

Update: Cummins – Starts Layoffs in Indiana

Solel Solar Systems ( International ) – 140+

Panasonic – 10,000 More Layoffs by End of March

Pierce Manufacturing in Bradenton – Layoffs begin

Optus ( International ) – Additional 184

Gamesa Energy – 92 Layoff Notices

Report: Spain’s Bankia ( International ) – 5,000

Tooele County UT – 22

Monitor Group – 235 Layoffs, Probably Much Less

 


 

November 13 , 2012

Xerox Corp. – 2,500

Citigroup Inc. – 100 in Long Island NY

Atlantic City’s Casinos – Workers Face Layoffs After Sandy

Glens Falls Hospital NY – 29

Bayou Cane Louisiana – 7 FD Layoffs Likely

San Diego Hospice – Possible Violations may = Layoffs

Sun Media newspaper division ( International ) – 500

Publishing Firm Lulu in Raleigh – 9 

Iron Range nonprofit Minn. – Layoffs Pending

Hostess – 3 Plant Closing = 627 Jobs Lost

Hamilton FD Ohio – Possible 2 Closing – 17 Layoffs

NBCUniversal – 500

Dana Corporation – Warns Employees of  Poss. Layoffs

Mississippi County Arkansas – About 12 Layoffs

TMX Group ( International ) – Plans to Cut 100 Jobs

 


 

November 12 , 2012

Update: Wingspan Portfolio Advisors – 459 Possible Layoffs

German news agency dapd -100

The Commercial Appeal – Another Round of Layoffs?

Airlines SAS ( International ) – About 6,000 Jobs Lost

 

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