Mike: Due to a problem with my page layout, the “Previous entries” link is at the top of page 1 and not at the bottom where it belongs. I hope to fix that soon, but I need to find someone that’s wiser to this than I am. Sorry for the inconvenience.  Due to the holiday […]

Continue reading about May 22, 23, 24 – LA schools avert 3,700 layoffs with federal funds – Opel to cut about 10,000 “only” – Banks could make out like bandits (again) – Filene’s Basement may cut 1600 – GM planning to cut at least 4400 more North America salaried jobs? – Feds: $50 million for green job retraining

Mike: Good day to all and welcome to another week of The Layoff List.  The only notable bit of economic news this day is Housing Market Index, which bounced last month from historically low readings. An improved housing market can lead to improved employment, especially in construction and building materials. With the buying season in bloom, […]

Continue reading about May 18 – GM/Chrysler dealership closings could cost 160,000 + jobs – GM wants to import more foreign made vehicles – USPS has cut 25,000 jobs this year – Alliance Boots to Cut 1,500 – Harley-Davidson to chop another 400 – LSU cuts 300 hospital jobs – Homebuilder sentiment up in May – How stressed is your county? – American Express slashing 4,000 jobs

Mike: Good day to you all and thanks for visiting The Layoff List. I won’t be able to add any additional information to this post, since WordPress has decided it doesn’t like something about new material in this post and it keeps crashing each time I add a link. I may add a Sunday post, […]

Continue reading about May 15, 16, 17 – GM to close about 1100 dealerships, import Chinese-made vehicles – CA starts job cuts with 5000 notices today – SF to cut 1000, if no union concessions – Stock Building Supply to cut 2200 more