More Layoffs Possible at Bay Shipbuilding

Friday, August 28, 2009

According to an August 25 report from www.wbay.com, Bay Shipbuilding notified the Wisconsin Workforce Development Tuesday it may cut a total of 405 positions. The company laid off 133 employees in the last three months, and those could become more permanent than expected with the company announcing plans for 272 more jobs cut between October 30th and December 5th.

(Source: www.wbay.com)
 

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