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This year alone, the district had to lay off 676 teachers as part of a plan to close a $304 million budget gap. However, many are protesting the way [...] Philadelphia schools have had to make do with less over the past two years due to budget cuts...
The recently privatised freight and coal hauler will make redundant the workers from April 15, pending the final round of talks with unions about the redundancy program. The majority of those leaving from its 9400-strong workforce will be from its
The trending topic on Twitter today seems to be the announcement of MySpace laying off 47% of its staff today. The CEO Mike Jones let the world know that MySpace is making a change from a networkking site to more entertainment driven direction.&
General Motors announced the closure of its last Windsor Plant yesterday, putting 500 out of work. Today Ford Motor Company announced that it will lay off nearly 400 people at its engine plant in Windsor. The General Motors closure
A group of organizations and individuals with long-standing ties to mayoral candidate and former state Sen. Don Perata are among those behind mailers attacking four City Council members after the council voted Thursday to lay off 80 police officers,
Detroit,MI- Many may have already heard the the City of Detroit council announced that they will be laying off 33 EMS workers,included in the lay-off will be EMT's and Paramedics. They proposed eliminating 40 unfilled positions as well.
I used to work at a major corporation. I had one of the best Jobs anyone could ever dream of. Basically, I was paid to use my imagination. A customer would come to my desk or call me to their office. They needed something done and I made it
I heard on the radio this morning that the companies are trying to manipulate the workers that they currently have. A guy called in to say that he had been efficient enough, so his boss decided to fire 3 other employees, giving him their past work
Sheriff John McGinness on Friday said unless something changes, he will need to lay off 209 deputies, plus another 22 non-sworn employees. That is up from the 130 to 140 deputies McGinness had said he would need to lay off after the Board of
The Reno City Council has authorized deep job cuts unless unions agree to forgo pay raises in the upcoming fiscal year that begins July 1. More News City Manager Donna Dreska was authorized to eliminate as many as 60 full-time positions, including