A new wave of massive layoffs now hits Georgia according to the latest data from the Department of Labor.
California remains the #1 state with the most layoffs in the country.
“September saw several more businesses announce layoffs in Georgia, adding to the growing of job cuts announced in 2023.
Under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, an employer with more than 100 full-time workers must provide a 60-day notice before laying off 50 or more people at a single site,” reports Ash Jurberg.
According to WARN data, Georgia has had 7,257 employee layoffs this year with 46 WARN notices to-date.
The state is placed at #10 with the most layoffs in the country.
So far, in 2023, forty-six companies have announced they will be cutting jobs in Georgia.
Below are the businesses that filed a WARN act in September with the Georgia Department of Labor advising of upcoming layoffs.
Upcoming Layoffs in Georgia 2023
Below is a list of upcoming layoffs in Georgia expected to take place by year’s end:
- Saddle Creek Logistics Services, 225 jobs cut in Lithia Springs.
- Hood Industries, 105 jobs cut in Metcalfe.
- Thriveworks Administrative Service, 78 jobs cut.
- Tacomac, 25 jobs in Decatur.
- Crown Castle, 81 jobs cut in Alpharetta
- A.L.P. Lighting Components. Lithia Springs. 55 jobs cut.
- Matheson Flight Extenders. Atlanta 335 jobs cut
- Service Management Systems. Savannah. 155 jobs cut
- BPA Facility Services. Brunswick 72 jobs cut
- Crown Castle USA Inc. Alpharetta 81 jobs cut.
- Omni Corporation. Brunswick 139 jobs cut.
- Novembal USA. Across Georgia, 50 jobs were cut.
- East Lake Golf Club. Atlanta 48 jobs cut.
- Anthony, Inc. Conyers 136 jobs cut.
- Pinova, Inc. Brunswick 125 jobs cut.
- GXO Logistics Supply Chain. Fairburn 77 jobs cut.
- WestRock Services. College Park 89 jobs cut.
- Progressus Therapy. Savannah, Evans, Columbus 241 jobs cut.
- Federal Express Corporation. Macon 62 jobs cut.
- USASF SERVICING. Lawrenceville, Duluth 89 jobs cut.
- Hexaware Technolgoies, Inc. Atlanta 84 jobs cut.
- U.S. AUTO SALES, INC. Lawrenceville, Duluth 142 jobs cut.
- ART LAMINATING & FINISHING LLC Atlanta 35 jobs cut.
- Makita USA, Inc. Flowery Branch 22 jobs cut.
- Omni Corporation Glynco 18 jobs cut.
- Bed Bath & Beyond Inc Pendergrass 1000 jobs cut.
- David’s Bridal, LLC Buford, Kennesaw, Morrow, Macon, Augusta, Savannah 193 jobs cut.
- SSB Manufacturing Company Waycross 180 jobs cut.
- NFI Interactive Logistics, LLC McDonough 172 jobs cut.
- Batter Up Foods LLC Atlanta 110 jobs cut.
- Aspiration Partners Inc. Remote 146 jobs cut.
- Packers Sanitation Services. Murrayville 135 jobs cut.
- Solo Cup Operating Corporation Thomaston 84 jobs cut.
- Oxley Park Health and Rehabilitation Lyons 94 jobs cut.
- Walmart. Atlanta 510 jobs cut.
- Twilio Inc. Atlanta 54 jobs cut.
- Convoy, Inc. Atlanta 119 jobs cut.
- Valassis Direct Mail, Inc. Austell 69 jobs cut.
- Bechtel Power Corporation Waynesboro 536 jobs cut.
- JELD-WEN, Inc. Atlanta 82 jobs cut.
- OA Logistics Pentworth 189 jobs cut.
- Railcrew Xpress (RCX) Athens 11 jobs cut.
- Dexter Axle Company Monticello 67 jobs cut.
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Other Economy News Today
Chase customers are now reporting painful card and ATM problems nationwide as users experience card declines and ATM outages.
Just last month, more than 16,000 Chase ATMs were down across the country, preventing customers from being able to access any cash.
The outage was due to an internal technology-related issue, a source said on condition of anonymity.
Now exactly one month later, Chase customers are reporting not just ATM problems again, but cards malfunctioning as ‘declines’ persist despite having money in accounts.
Alyssa from Indiana says she continues to have issues with her card.
“It’s still down here in Indiana. Tried to get gas last night and this morning and still declining.”
“Atm’s are down can’t deposit cash”, says another Chase customer.
Customers like Crystal Moore are now falling behind on their bills due to persisting ‘decline’ issues.
“I cant pay my cell phone and I have money in my account. Online, over the phone, all declined.”
These reports have started in just less than 24hrs with customers advising of having problems with the bank for two days now.
“This is insane. My card isn’t working anywhere; “Insufficient Funds” despite having more than enough in my account? And they told me they have “No timeline” for when I’ll be able to access MY money?? And that the ATM wont work either,” says a Chase customer on Tuesday.
Just earlier last month users were reporting being locked out of their accounts when Chase’s website was preventing customers from logging in.
As much as 71% of reports that were coming in were from login issues, 19% from transfer and wire issues, and 10% of reports still came in from problems with ATMs after the massive outage.
Is Chase becoming less reliable? Leave your thoughts in the comment section down below.
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