Thread regarding Whirlpool Corp. layoffs

Benton Harbor and St. Joseph

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Who ever replied with the retard statement, if you are truthful, you should be gone and not those who work for a living you slacker SOB!!!

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Post ID: @8lqk+RvQjWIm

Does anyone see a trend in what department is getting targeted for the layoffs that occurred? So far, rumor mill has been focusing on engineering? Or is this affecting all department? My condolences for those who got affected. This was brutal..

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Post ID: @3qzj+RvQjWIm

https://www.southbendtribune.com/news/business/whirlpool-confirms-it-will-conduct-layoffs/article_20fb9343-16a2-5c39-b711-81f227d01862.html

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I have been hanging out in here for 9 years letting others do my work yesterday they cleaned out my department again Ain’t no one of thems here and I still gots da job lol

I win agin

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Post ID: @1ghd+RvQjWIm

Here is the source for the layoff news, I was let go in 2017.

http://www.heraldpalladium.com/news/local/whirlpool-in-the-midst-of-layoffs/article_610ae79a-6b6d-5645-bcad-1cdf95b3e956.html

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Sources familiar with the situation, who spoke with The Herald-Palladium on condition of anonymity, described the work atmosphere at Whirlpool’s Twin City buildings as “tense.”

Tuesday proved especially difficult for workers, as sources say people were escorted out of buildings.

Whirlpool has not said if more layoffs are expected this week. Whirlpool is one of Southwest Michigan’s largest employers, with about 4,000 workers in the region. The company has about 97,000 workers globally.

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