The Crozer-Keystone Health System says it’s laying off 250 employees after losing nearly $16 million since July 1.
The announcement comes on the heels of a strong holiday shopping season for the department store chain.
The employees were notified on Nov. 6 at Lockheed Martin’s plant in Moorestown.
A Merck spokeswoman says the layoffs will take effect between December 23rd and January 5th at its West Point facility.
Fifty-one firefighters are facing layoffs if the federal government doesn’t get back to work and process a grant for the Atlantic City Fire Department.
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Seasonal layoffs at struggling Atlantic City casinos are coming a little sooner than usual.
Atlantic City’s newest casino has laid off 75 salaried professional employees even as the casino is attracting more customers.
The School District of Philadelphia announced Friday that they’re laying off 76 employees, this on top of the 3,700 district employees who they handed pink slips to last week.
Dozens of teachers in the Allentown School District are being laid off.
Boeing is planning to eliminate 41 positions at its plant in Delaware County.
Camden’s school board is laying off nearly 100 teachers and support staff members and all 113 lunch aides.
The school district says “massive layoffs” and program cuts loom if it doesn’t fill its $300 million budget hole.
Atlantic City’s newest casino is turning to layoffs to help it deal with financial problems as it works its way through bankruptcy court.
The agency says it is facing a $32 million cut in federal funding, and since it relies on the Department of Housing and Urban Development for over 90 percent of its funding, it must lay off the 82 employees.