Changing Workforce

Final round of layoffs for Carrier's Indy operations

By Rebecca Bream for

Jan 11, 2018

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The final round of layoffs at Carrier Corp.'s Indianapolis operations will take place this week, after the first of four rounds began in July.

Inside Indiana Business says the 215 affected employees are part of the company's relocation to Mexico for fan coil production operation. The final round of layoffs was supposed to happen last month, but IIB says Carrier postponed this move due to "rising demand and attrition," in addition to reducing the number of impacted employees from 290 to 215. However, the news outlet says every affected employee will receive a one-time payment, severance pay and six months of medical insurance continuation.

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