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Ohio Means Jobs To Help Voisard Workers

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 2/4/2014

Richland County Job and Family Services is offering help to the 100 people who lost their jobs last Friday when Voisard Manufacturing in Shelby and Shiloh suddenly went out of business. J.F.S. Director Sharlene Neumann says the Ohio Means Jobs Centers in Richland and Crawford Counties are ready to help the displaced workers. Call Lori Bedson at 419-774-5403 in Richland County, or Angela Neef at 419-563-1568 in Crawford County. A Rapid Response program will also be conducted either next week or the following week at the Longview Center in Mansfield. Neumann says this kind of outreach is standard practice when mass layoffs or plant closings occur. She says Voisard Manufacturing has not returned phone calls or answered e-mails, and did not give a 60-day notice of the closing, as required by federal law.

   
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