The Manhattan Beach Unified School District Board voted Wednesday night to pink slip nearly two dozen teachers.
The city of Pasadena is about to lose one of its oldest employers.
The closure of 10 regional courthouses in Los Angeles County is expected to result in trial delays and longer lines, a judge said Thursday.
Some 160 Los Angeles Police Department employees could be laid off by January 1 under a cost-cutting plan announced by Chief Charlie Beck.
LAUSD officials Wednesday warned of more layoffs and a shortened school year if voters reject proposed tax increases on Election Day.
Pink slips are being handed out to over 150 employees even as hundreds more may lose a huge chunk of their paycheck.
More than 150 employees of the LA Superior Court face being laid off Friday, according to officials.
Albertsons announced plans Wednesday to reduce its workforce by 2,200-2,500 positions, affecting all 247 California and Nevada stores.
The Los Angeles City Council is scheduled to vote Monday on a $7.2 billion budget proposal that delays layoffs but makes close to $70 million in cuts to city services and shrinks the city’s workforce by more than 400 positions.
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Yahoo is laying off 2,000 employees as new CEO Scott Thompson sweeps out jobs that don’t fit into his plans for turning around the beleaguered Internet company.
A $220 million shortfall behind the mayor’s threat has left already-squeezed municipal workers incensed.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced Thursday that he will call for layoffs of city workers as part of his budget next month, but wouldn’t specify how many jobs would be slashed.
LAUSD employees hit the streets Monday night, the day before the district board will vote on a budget that includes significant cuts to student programs and services for the 2012-13 school year.
Taking care of legal matters in Los Angeles County could soon take a lot longer. Court administrators plan to eliminate more than 300 jobs at the end of June to save $300 million.