A Big Company Now Announces Unexpected Layoffs in Ohio

A big company now announces unexpected layoffs in Ohio due to a client abruptly terminating a contract, affecting several staff.

On Monday, EVO Transportation advised they were laying off a total of 82 staff at a location in Columbus.

The WARN filing detailed the reasons behind the layoffs in Ohio:

“I am writing to inform you that EVO Transportation & Energy Services, Inc.(“EVO”) will be permanently ceasing all of its operations at the address below, due to unfortunate and unforeseeable business circumstances caused by a large client unexpectedly notifying EVO that it is terminating its contract with EVO, resulting in a significant loss of work and revenue at the impacted facility.

As a result, 82 employees of EVO and its subsidiaries at the employment site identified below [Columbus] will be terminated effective June 15, 2024,” a statement read.

The location is 3115 E. 17th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43219.

EVO Transportations is only one of many businesses advising of upcoming layoffs in Ohio.

Layoffs in Ohio 2024.
Layoffs in Ohio 2024.

Below is an up-to-date list of businesses who filed WARN notices in Ohio advising up upcoming job cuts in the state this year:

  • Honeywell. 98 job cuts by 10/31.
  • Oak View Group. 108 job cuts by 6/30.
  • Volta Charging Industries. 3 job cuts by 5/31.
  • ProMedica Employment Services LLC. 92 job cuts by 5/31.
  • Family Dollar. 265 job cuts by 4/20.
  • Bionano Genomics. 2 job cuts by 5/24.
  • Associated Materials LLC. 184 job cuts by 5/20.
  • Amsive LLC. 60 job cuts by 6/30.
  • Sid Tool Company. 130 job cuts by 5/14.
  • Brightview Landscapes, LLC. 86 job cuts by 5/1.
  • IAC Wauseon. 175 job cuts by 4/26.
  • Decorative Panels International Inc. 76 job cuts by 5/31.
  • Commercial Vehicle Group, Inc. 79 job cuts by 6/28.
  • Walmart. 177 job cuts by 5/3.

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A massive grocery is now cutting major job roles a little over a year after the discounter let go of roughly 200 workers stateside.

Discount grocer Lidl has undergone a fresh set of layoffs stateside, a Lidl US spokesperson said in an email.

The cuts impacted corporate roles across three units at Lidl US.

People impacted by the layoffs held roles ranging from administrative assistant to senior IT specialist, according to LinkedIn posts.

The layoffs come a little over a year after Lidl US let go of roughly 200 employees — primarily impacting employees at its U.S. headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.

The layoffs are the latest move by Lidl to rightsize its operations in the U.S. as it struggles to gain ground while rival Aldi hits the accelerator.

“Lidl US made the difficult decision to eliminate corporate roles across three functions within the business. While this is never an easy decision, we believe it is the right one for the business,” the spokesperson wrote.

The Lidl US spokesperson declined to say how many workers were impacted.

LinkedIn posts from several laid-off employees noted that the layoffs are part of a corporate restructuring plan.

A marketing manager who was laid off noted in a LinkedIn video posted Thursday that graphic designers, content producers, social media managers and information technology workers were included in the layoffs.

Laid-off Lidl US workers will receive severance packages and career transition support, the spokesperson said.

The job cuts last year came at a time when Lidl US was undertaking a corporate restructuring and aiming to boost its financial health.

Lidl US also underwent a round of layoffs at its U.S. headquarters a few years prior, according to German business publication Lebensmittel Zeitung.

Lidl opened its first U.S. stores in 2017 but has struggled to hit its stride and grow stateside.

Meanwhile, competitor Aldi, which entered the U.S. in the 1970s, continues to rapidly expand its store fleet, with plans to open an additional 800 stores by the end of 2028, reports Grocery Dive.

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