Skip to comments.Just a few of the layoffs in the past 48 hours
Posted on 11/15/2012 3:15:14 PM PST by yorkie
SMITHFIELD FOODS - 120(+400)- http://www.washingtonpost.com/../..c_story.html
CUMMINS - 1,500 - http://indianapublicmedia.org/../..rkers-40137/
HARTMARX - 567 - http://www.chicagotribune.com/../..104523.story
ENERGIZER - 1,500 - http://www.fool.com/investing/../..-jumped.aspx
XEROX - 2,500 - http://www.ksdk.com/news/artic../..0-employees-
PIERCE MANUFACTURING - 325 - http://www.bizjournals.com/tam../..-pierce.html
PANASONIC - 10,000 - http://news.cnet.com/8301-1001../..n-to-health/
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS - 1,700 - http://money.cnn.com/2012/11/1../..nts-layoffs/
NBC UNIVERSAL - 500 - http://www.hollywoodreporter.c../..ersal-389572
BECHTEL POWER PLANT - 277 - http://www.bizjournals.com/sou../..-of-277.html
STRYKER CORP. - 1,170 - http://www.examiner.com/articl../..-200-workers
APPLEBEES -massive layoffs - http://www.examiner.com/articl../..nd-obamacare
possible: 18,000 from Hostess
From the day after the election:
“Boeing Announces Big Layoffs in Defense Division”
Per the Soda-banning mayor’s financial website, GameStop will be closing 200 non-performing outlets by next year. Yep, things are looking up now (sarcasm).
If you are compiling you might want to check this site too.
Sheesh! Thanks for compiling that list.
Sure glad I had four years to prepare for this.
Is there a running total of mass layoffs since the election ? Probably close to 60,000. Panasonic isn’t happening until March so employees are at least on 5 mos notice and the jobs will not be all (or even most) in America.
What a great recovery. lol
The American public has to be really stupid to think that we are in recovery. Maybe if they read something besides the mainstream media, they would know what’s happening.
Obama loves this it means more welfare ,food stamps disability etc etc ,which means (in Obama’s twisted mind ) more people working for him
50% of the workforce at Deltek. They have decided to outsource the whole company to the Phillipines. Guess what this company does—does payroll and conducts market research on federal procurements for govt contractors. SERIOUSLY.
Snip: Procter & Gamble Co. (PG) announced plans to possibly cut more than twice as many nonmanufacturing jobs than it had already planned, a further sign that it is heeding analyst and investor criticism over its bloated cost structure.
Oh...WoW! I used to go through Deltek for my payroll. I can see the mess this is going to cause.
Was it CostPoint?
Bush's Tax Cuts
The TEA PARTY
but not his own presidency!!
Been posting all these layoffs to FB for my liberal “friends” to enjoy.
“The American public has to be really stupid to think that we are in recovery.”
Are too! Barack told us: what he’s doing is working.
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