A Giant Company Now Announces Unexpected Layoffs in Ohio

A giant company now announces unexpected layoffs in Ohio after providing workers with a notice of several store closures.

It’s important to note that the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act requires an employer with more than 100 full-time workers to provide a 60-day notice before laying off 50 or more people at a single site.

Yesterday, Dollar General advised they were laying off a total of 265 staff across several locations in Ohio.

“Family Dollar Stores of Ohio is providing notice that it intends to close multiple stores in Ohio and that the closing of stores will involve in the separation from employment of some or all of the 265 employees who work at the closing stores.

The company plans to end the employment of the closing stores’ employees on or about April 20, 2024.

However, to the extent feasible and subject to availability, the Company will attempt to offer positions at nearby stores to employees of the closing stores who express interest in new positions,” the company stated.

Dollar General isn’t the only business laying off in Ohio.

Below is the latest and most up-to-date list of businesses laying off in Ohio this year:

  • Bionano Genomics. 2 job cuts by 5/24.
  • Associated Materials LLC. 184 job cuts by 5/20.
  • Amsive LLC. 60 job cuts by 5/17.
  • First Student Transportation LLC. 81 job cuts by 6/30.
  • Nestle USA. 254 job cuts by 3/29.
  • 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.
  • Genpact. 64 job cuts by 4/12.
  • Walmart. 177 job cuts by 5/3.
  • Linamar Structures USA. 106 job cuts by 4/1.
  • ZIN Technologies, Inc. 122 job cuts by 3/31.
Layoffs in Ohio 2024.
Layoffs in Ohio 2024.

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A beloved restaurant chain is now at high risk of bankruptcy after multiple CEOs have repeatedly made the same mistake.

Red Lobster president Edna Morris lost her job after she misjudged how much customers would eat during a $22.99 all-you-can-eat crab promotion.

The chain lost millions on her miscalculation.

“It wasn’t the second helping on all-you-can-eat but the third,” then Chairman Joe R. Lee told analysts, during a Darden earnings call back when that brand owned Red Lobster.

“And maybe the fourth,” added former Chief Operating Officer Dick Rivera.

Amazingly, the company repeated the same mistake under Its current owner Thai Union Group, reports TheStreet.

The seafood chain used an all-you-can-eat shrimp offer as a way to bring people into the restaurant.

It worked, but at $20, it was priced too low for the company to make money on the deal.

That deal is still on the menu, but the price has been raised to $25.

Now, the struggling chain has replaced its CEO Horace Dawson, who is retiring, with Jonathan Tibus, managing director of management consultant Alvarez & Marsal.

Tibus is considered a turnaround expert who helped Kona Grill and Krystal through their Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings.

Thai Union Group has already shared that it intends to divest itself of the Red Lobster brand.

“During the past years, the combination of Covid-19 pandemic, sustained industry headwinds, higher interest rates and rising material and labor costs have impacted to Red Lobster business resulting in prolonged negative financial contributions to the company and its shareholders,” Thai Union said in a Jan. 16 media release.

“After detailed analysis, the board of directors has determined that Red Lobster’s ongoing financial requirements no longer align with our capital allocation priorities and therefore the company is pursuing an exit of the minority investment.”

FoodserviceResults CEO Darren Tristano believes the company is headed toward a resolution.

“It appears that Red Lobster is planning for a turnaround, bankruptcy, or fire sale,” he told SeafoodSource.

Red Lobster is now considered a “zombie brand,” Tristano said.

“[Red Lobster] continues to wander aimlessly looking for direction,” he said.

Thai Union Group has said it does not expect to make any money on a sale of the brand and has already taken a $527 million writedown.

“Because Red Lobster has not yet named a new buyer, it would appear that bankruptcy would be the best option followed by a sale after the balance sheet gets cleaned up,” Tristano added.

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