Horseshoe Hammond LLC Laying Off Nearly 1,700 Workers In Hammond, Indiana

This week, Horseshoe Hammond LLC submitted a WARN with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development explaining it would be laying off workers at its Hammond, Indiana facility. Due to an unforeseeable, unanticipated,... Read more »

VSP Global Conducts Permanent Layoffs In Ohio Due To COVID-19 Pandemic

This week, VSP Global submitted a WARN with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services explaining it would be conducting permanent layoffs in the state. The impacted facilities are located at... Read more »
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Prince George’s County Health Department Accepting Appointments For COVID-19 Testing

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, testing is becoming more readily available in the United States. In the beginning, COVID-19 testing was limited to specific groups and areas. According to data released by... Read more »

Ohio Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern Lays Off And Closes Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Calimira (DBA Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern) filed a WARN with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services on March 20, 2020. The letter alerted the closing of 13 restaurants/taverns and... Read more »

COVID-19 Pandemic: Is Your Money Safe In Banks?

As American consumers are in a shopping frenzy, concerns about money are making their way to the surface. Thousands of Americans have received layoff notices since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.... Read more »

Park Hotel In Madison, Wisconsin Temporarily Closing Business Due To Covid-19

Park Hotel Inc. has filed a WARN with the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development to alert of a business closure. The letter explains that the company will be temporarily closing its business... Read more »

Indiana Braces For More Layoffs Amid Covid-19 Pandemic

Last week, several companies filed WARN notices with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. Wayzata Home Products announced it would lay off 165 workers while Direct Buy Home Products announced the upcoming... Read more »

Prince George’s County Police Asks Residents To Call In Non-violent Crime Reports

As the number of COVID-19 cases increases in Maryland, law enforcement agencies are executing plans to protect their police officers. The Prince George’s County Police Department announced it would no longer send... Read more »

COVID-19 News: Facts Not Fear, Or So They Say?

The number of positive coronavirus cases and deaths are steadily on the rise in the United States and abroad. The stay-at-home order has many Americans locked inside their homes leaving them little... Read more »