Layoffs are becoming all too commonplace as more businesses and nonprofits are forced to tighten their belts in the current economy. The dismal memos, office rumors and, yes, those dreaded pink slips, can create a very uncomfortable work environment for employers and employees alike. Listen to the Show
Louisville Metro Police Chief Robert White says layoffs in his department are unfortunate, but necessary.
Many layoffs tentatively planned for Jefferson County Public Schools employees to meet a budget shortfall will likely be averted.
No layoffs or service interruptions are expected as a result of Win.Net’s bankruptcy filing this month.
One of Kentucky’s largest providers of residential care for people with intellectual and development disabilities has cut five-percent of its staff – and hopes further cuts won’t be necessary. Officials at Cedar Lake have seen in increase in costs, a decrease in donations and are worried about the state reducing its Medicaid funding. Cedar Lake… Continue reading Cedar Lake Lays Off 19, Fears More Medicaid Cuts
The Courier-Journal has announced it’s laying off 51 employees. That number includes 17 people who accepted buyout offers. The layoffs are part of broader cutbacks by the newspaper’s owner, Gannett Company, amid falling revenues. Among those accepting buyouts were a number of veteran reporters and longtime columnist Byron Crawford. Rick Redding is a local media… Continue reading Layoffs Announced At Courier-Journal
It’s been two decades since the Presbyterian Church USA moved to Louisville. The city has served as the church’s base of operations ever since.