A new wave of massive layoffs now hits Ohio as new businesses announce upcoming job cuts in the state.
It is important to note that 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.
GXO Logistics is the latest company that has announced an official WARN notice with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.
The notice advises that 192 employees will permanently lose their jobs on January 15, 2024 due to the business ceasing operations at a facility in Groveport.
GXO Logistics released the following statement:
” We are writing to inform you that GXO Logistics Worldwide, will cease operation at the facility located at 6600 Port Road, Suite 200, Groveport, OH43125 on January 15, 2024.
All operations at the Groveport Facility will cease, and all employees at that facility will be impacted.
This action is expected to be permanent. The expected date of the first separation will be January 15, 2024.
All affected employees have been notified of their separation dates and that their separation from employment will be permanent.”
Several layoffs in Ohio are expected to grow soon — below is a list of businesses who are advising of upcoming job cuts this year:
- Mansfield Plumbing Products, LLC. 263 job cuts by 12/31.
- York Street Fresh Foods LLC. 150 job cuts by 12/15.
- Sunbeam Products Inc. 130 job cuts by 12/31.
- St. Bernard Soap Company. 127 job cuts by 12/10.
- ProMedica Employment Services II. 122 job cuts by 12/16.
- Klarna LLC. 102 job cuts by 12/23.
- Whole Foods Market / Amazon. 99 job cuts by 12/05.
- Morgan Stanley. 95 job cuts by 12/31.
- Nestle. 77 job cuts by 12/31.
- Honeywell. 66 job cuts by 12/15.
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A massive food store is now closing in Pennsylvania according to a new report from the Winsight Grocery Business.
The Giant Company (formerly known as Giant Food Stores) is an American regional supermarket chain that operates in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia under the Giant and Martin’s brands.
A Giant Food Store in Pennsylvania is now abruptly closing and will be replaced by a new ‘deluxe’ market.
According to a November 14th report from Winsight Grocery Business, The Giant Company is expanding its footprint in its native state with a new store in Salisbury Township, Allentown, set to begin construction in 2025 pending permits and approvals.
The new store will be in Lehigh County, which currently includes seven The Giant Co. stores employing more than 1,400 people.
Once completed, the retailer’s current store and fuel facility, located at 3015 West Emmaus Ave. in Allentown, will close.
“After 35 years at our current location on West Emmaus Ave., it’s time to grow our store footprint and move a little further up the road,” said John Ruane, president of The Giant Co., in a statement.
“A larger and updated store will allow us to offer our Allentown area families the latest amenities while underscoring our commitment to providing our customers with great value, the best quality and friendly service they’ve come to expect from Giant.”
Specific store amenities, as well as an opening date, will be announced later, the grocer said.
The Carlisle, Pennsylvania-based grocery retailer is also pushing its presence even further in the Philadelphia area with plans for its first store in Jenkintown, which is located 10 miles north of Philadelphia.
The new store will bring over 100 jobs to the area, the Ahold Delhaize USA banner announced in May.
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