Dozens of workers at a clothing retail giant took to the streets of Downtown L.A. Wednesday afternoon to wage a protest outside the American Apparel factory.
Nearly 200 employees face layoffs as the legendary venue gets set to shut its doors later this summer, according to reports.
Hearings are underway Monday before an administrative law judge to determine whether the Los Angeles Unified School District can go forward with laying off more than 600 employees.
The sudden closure of several Walmart stores, alleged to be due to the necessity of plumbing repairs, has raised questions among employees, who say the closures are a retaliation over a labor dispute.
American Apparel Inc. will lay off about 180 employees as it attempts a comeback amid worker discontent and new management, according to a report Thursday.
LA Unified interim Superintendent Ramon Cortines is warning that if the district doesn’t get its finances in order it will be “another Detroit.”
The Los Angeles Unified School District Tuesday will consider authorizing layoff warning notices to more than 600 employees.
The Los Angeles Unified School District Board, facing a nearly $160 million budget deficit, will consider authorizing layoff warning notices for 609 teachers, counselors and social workers at its board meeting Tuesday.
Studio executives are expected to officially announce layoffs at the studio, although the timing and exact number of cuts was unclear, according to reports Monday.
Teen clothier Wet Seal Inc. announced Wednesday it will close 338 of its stores, laying off some 3,700 full-time and part-time workers, leaving the struggling company with about 170 retail and online outlets.
A man who has buffed shoes inside the Capitol for more than two decades is among those recently laid off by the state Senate.
The state Senate faces a budget shortfall of between $3 million and $4 million this fiscal year, helping explain why it laid off 39 of its roughly 1,000 staff members last month.
Thousand Oaks-based Amgen Inc. placed dozens of staffers on paid leave this week, a company representative confirms to CBS2.
The Los Angeles Unified School District may settle a lawsuit over teacher layoffs by spending $25 million to hire more staff for dozens of struggling schools.
Fewer teachers are expected to be laid off this year than the previous four school terms according to the state’s largest teachers union.