The entire staff of about 250 employees at the Milleridge Inn in Jericho, including the establishment’s village shops, have been sent layoff notices in anticipation of the property’s lease expiration at the end of the year, Owen T. Smith, longtime operator of the inn, said Wednesday night.
Smith made his remarks to around 140 Long Island residents, concerned about the future of the inn, which dates to the 1600s, who had gathered for a meeting at the Knights of Columbus hall …
Kyklos Bearing International plans to permanently lay off at least 177 employees starting Nov. 30.
KBI sent notice to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Office of Workforce Development informing the agency of the job cuts, as it is required to do by law.
At least 177 union represented employees will be affected by the permanent layoffs, according to the notice which the state agency received yesterday.
The number of announced layoffs by US-based companies surged in September from the previous month, driven by job cuts at Hewlett-Packard, global outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas reported Thursday.
US-headquartered companies put 58,877 jobs on the chopping block last month, up 43 percent from just more than 41,000 in August and the third highest monthly total this year.
Haggen — the embattled grocery chain that is closing up shop in California, Nevada and Arizona — announced Friday that layoffs would begin just before Thanksgiving.
More than 3,400 Haggen employees across the board will be laid off between Nov. 24 and Dec. 8.
Hudson’s Bay Company is cutting 265 jobs in corporate offices across North America, including New York and Toronto.
The giant department store chain, founded in 1670, announced the decision Tuesday, noting it will take a $20 million charge in the third quarter as a result.
A company spokeswoman said it will not affect any sales associates who work in the stores, emphasizing the layoffs will hit those who do corporate functions like accounting, finance and IT.
Aecom Technology Corp., which owns the last vestiges of the once-mighty Boise engineering and construction company, Morrison-Knudsen, will lay off 75 to 85 Boise employees.
Aecom announced the layoffs publicly and internally on Monday, according to a release.
“Formal notifications to employees selected for layoff will begin today, Sept. 21 2015, with termination dates beginning on November 23, 2015,” the release said.