Armstrong Plans To Hire 145 Workers In W.Va.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- Armstrong World Industries plans to hire 145 workers at its Randolph County hardwood plant to meet increasing demand.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin confirmed the hirings Thursday at the 575-worker plant in Beverly.
The Lancaster, Pa.-based company makes flooring, ceilings and cabinets.
The company plans job fairs at the plant on Dec. 8 and 15, and on Jan. 5 and 19.
In April, the company recalled dozens of workers who were laid off in November 2011.