A New Round of Unexpected Layoffs Now Hits Ohio

A new round of unexpected layoffs now hits Ohio as more businesses file WARN notices advising of upcoming job cuts.

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.

Nestle had previously advised the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services of job cuts, and this number has risen since its initial filing.

The layoffs are occurring at Nestlé USA’s Solon campus, which includes 30003 Bainbridge Rd, Solon, OH 44139, 5750 Harper Road, Solon, OH 44139, and 30000 Bainbridge Road, Solon, OH 44139.

A total of 254 staff at the campus will lose their job in the coming months.

However, Nestle isn’t the only business who has advising of upcoming layoffs in Ohio this year.

Below is a list of companies advising of job cuts in Ohio for 2024:

  • First Student Transportation LLC. 81 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.
  • 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.

So far for 2024, there has been 2,378 layoffs in Ohio across 21 businesses according to the latest WARN filings.

Layoffs in Ohio 2024.
Layoffs in Ohio 2024.

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A crafts retailer now declares an official bankruptcy with a restructuring plan hat could allow it to exit the process as a private company.

Joann officially filed for Chapter 11 on Monday according to a press release and documents at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.

The sewing and crafts chain has a transaction support agreement with most of its financial stakeholders and other financing parties, including commitments for $132 million in new funds.

As a result, Joann expects to reduce its funded debt by about $505 million.

Joann also garnered a six-month extension of its asset-based loan and first-in, last-out credit facilities, effective once it exits bankruptcy.

In the meantime, stores remain open and “all obligations to employees, vendors, landlords, and other trade creditors will be paid or otherwise satisfied in full and honored in the ordinary course of business,” per the release.

The retailer has worked to revamp its stores as well as its online operation, but has lost market share as crafting has declined and competition has heated up, according to GlobalData research.

Joann planned to cut some $200 million in supply chain, product and corporate costs, including through agreements with suppliers on price concessions.

The company then raised that target to $225 million in December.

They also closed on a sale-leaseback of its corporate headquarters in Ohio for $34.5 million and planned to use the proceeds to invest in the business, reports Retail Dive.

“None of that was enough to prevent bankruptcy.

In the third quarter, net sales fell about 4% to $539.8 million, and the company’s long-term debt had grown to $1.14 billion.”

“The bankruptcy process will now allow the arts and crafts chain to receive an infusion of cash at the same time as streamlining its operations and reducing debt levels,” GlobalData Managing Director Neil Saunders said.

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