Sunday, February 26, 2017

Indiana's Saint Joseph's layoff notice: Closure 'expected to be permanent' - Meghan Holden, J-C Online

The suspension of academic activities at Saint Joseph's College is "expected to be permanent in nature," according to a document filed with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. In a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, or WARN, notice filed Tuesday, the college notified the department of its plans to terminate 36 employees in April for its first round of layoffs amid a suspension starting after the spring semester. Spencer Conroy, vice president for business affairs, wrote in the document that the pending suspension of almost all activities on its campus "may ultimately result in the closure of the entire college," although that hasn't yet been determined.

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