According to a letter sent to the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development on Nov. 24, a total of approximately 322 employees will be temporarily laid off, and 17 additional positions will be terminated, for a total of 339 workers affected. The layoffs are expected to be incremental, through Jan. 21 or shortly thereafter. The layoff of union-represented employees is expected to be temporary, while the termination of the non-union employees will be permanent. The company expects to begin recalling union-represented employees back to work in February, 2011.
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