MAGA Bone Spur: Carrier plant Trump "saved" is laying off 200 people over the holidays

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    Carrier plant Trump "saved" is laying off 200 people over the holidays: https://t.co/nvLss79lK8
    Carrier to fire more workers at plant Trump vowed to save: report Carrier plans final layoffs at plant Trump vowed to protect: report
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    The Great Douche does great work!
    Nothang like stupid voters getting what they deserve.
    Fire them all, go the Mexico. MAGA!
    The state can use the tax money back FFS!
     
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    :badgrin::badgrin::badgrin: My brother in law works for Carrier as a sub contractor they do this every Christmas and they bring the people back after the first of the year. Most employees see this as a benefit of working for Carrier...Holidays off with Obama unemployment...When will you tards give up?:badgrin:
     
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    try again.
    Carrier plans final layoffs the Great Douche vowed to protect.
    These are permanent. You need to tweet Twitler to keep IT's promise.
    But
    we know the DOUCHE keeps few as you know.
     
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    Shortly after Trump’s election, Carrier announced that it had reached a deal with the then president-elect to keep approximately 1,070 jobs in Indianapolis for 10 years in exchange for up to $7 million in various incentives...

    But the company said in a statement: “More than 1,100 jobs remain at the Indianapolis facility in keeping with our 2016 commitment.”...
    Final round of layoffs planned at Carrier plant Trump promised to save
    They’ve kept their promise.





     
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    :link: Make it a credible one DOUCHE!!!
     
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    Air conditioning sells about as well during the winter about as well as snow mobiles here in the Arizona summer!
     
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    IF Carrier was dumping 200 people, that would be a gain of 900, over the original plan (before Trump intervened) to dump 1100, and move to Mexico. Thank you President Trump.
     
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    The joke is on you, you fuckin idiot!!
    Carrier Corp., the HVAC manufacturer that had planned to move its operations to Mexico before President Trump staged a much-heralded intervention, is gearing up for a final round of layoffs.

    Less than four months after it laid off nearly 340 employees at its Indianapolis factory, Carrier said Tuesday that 215 employees will be terminated on Jan. 11.

    The company originally had planned those layoffs for late December, but delayed the move until January. The number of layoffs is slightly lower than the 275 employees who initially would have been impacted – the company said fewer workers were affected because of voluntary attrition.

    Employees at the Indianapolis plant reportedly do not feel they have job security.

    "They just don't have any faith in this plant staying in Indianapolis," Robert James, the president of a union that represents plant workers, told The Indianapolis Star.

    Shortly after Trump’s election, Carrier announced that it had reached a deal with the then president-elect to keep approximately 1,070 jobs in Indianapolis for 10 years in exchange for up to $7 million in various incentives.
     
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    Carrier Corp., the HVAC manufacturer that had planned to move its operations to Mexico before President Trump staged a much-heralded intervention, is gearing up for a final round of layoffs.

    Less than four months after it laid off nearly 340 employees at its Indianapolis factory, Carrier said Tuesday that 215 employees will be terminated on Jan. 11.

    The company originally had planned those layoffs for late December, but delayed the move until January. The number of layoffs is slightly lower than the 275 employees who initially would have been impacted – the company said fewer workers were affected because of voluntary attrition.

    Employees at the Indianapolis plant reportedly do not feel they have job security.

    "They just don't have any faith in this plant staying in Indianapolis," Robert James, the president of a union that represents plant workers, told The Indianapolis Star.

    Shortly after Trump’s election, Carrier announced that it had reached a deal with the then president-elect to keep approximately 1,070 jobs in Indianapolis for 10 years in exchange for up to $7 million in various incentives.
     

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