Company’s shaving and grooming unit will shed 215 jobs in Boston as it moves production of older blades and razors to Poland, Mexico and elsewhere.
Kosher meatpacking firm accused of violating Iowa's child labor laws said the government's allegations were ‘inflammatory’ and denied knowingly hiring any minors.
Manufacturer is eliminating about 100 North American jobs, about half of them from two central Pennsylvania facilities.
Manufacturing company will cut about 100 jobs from its facilities in Henderson County, N.C., because of high energy costs and a slumping economy.
Supplier of auto parts for Nissan plants in Canton and Smyrna, Tennessee, is laying off 73 of its 144 employees in Meridian, Miss.
Idea of the leisure-mad, uncompetitive French worker who heads for the door after 35 hours appears to be more fantasy than reality, a recent study shows.
Review of business practices at its headquarters and at its top subsidiary, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., could lead to cuts of salaried employees, a newspaper reported.
Company says some of its shift workers paychecks will be reduced by up to 10 percent early next year.
Iowa labor officials said they had uncovered dozens of child labor violations at the nation's biggest supplier of kosher meat.
Company said it would cut about 6.3 percent of its global work force, as part of an ongoing plan to scale back operations to focus on timberlands and wood products.
Daimler Trucks North America said Freightliner will establish a ‘partial’ second shift at its truck manufacturing plant in North Carolina.
Government rejected reports that foreign workers at a local garment factory contracted by Nike were mistreated and had their wages garnisheed.
Workers want the same pay as their peers at Cessna Aircraft, but the company contends its hourly wages are only 30 cents less than Cessna and points out that Cessna has higher profits.
Flooring manufacturer blames declines in the U.S. residential construction market for the layoffs of as many as 95 workers.
General Motors might offer another round of buyout and early retirement offers to its U.S. hourly workers because of production cuts, Chief Financial Officer Ray Young said.
Hasco America Inc. says it will cut about 40 of its 50 jobs at the machine parts plant as part of a national restructuring plan.
Citing what it called a permanent shift in the U.S. auto industry, parts supplier said Thursday it will cut 16 percent of its North American work force.
Beer maker says it plans to lay off some workers at the former Rolling Rock brewery later this year in order to attract more business and upgrade equipment.
General Motors is reported to be planning to cut 15 percent of its U.S. and Canadian salaried work force by Nov. 1 as part of a plan to slash billions of dollars.
Automaker will offer buyouts to employees at two Tennessee plants and eliminate a night shift at one plant because rising fuel prices and the economic downturn slowed truck and SUV sales.
Ireland's unemployment rate hit 5.9 percent as economists warned that layoffs were spreading quickly to most parts of the economy.
Labor officials ask for $4 million in federal grants to help 785 people over the next two years with counseling, job training and placement services.
Slow boat sales and the poor economy have forced boat engine maker to cut 60 jobs and temporarily shut down production in Fond du Lac, Wis.
Settlement over the closure of General Motors' truck plant in Oshawa, Ont., calls for more vehicles to be built at the new flexible car plant the automaker is building.