ACT, Inc., an Iowa-based nonprofit provider of college admission testing-related services, announced layoffs on Wednesday, February 28. The provider of the ACT test, the company layoffs will affect 100 positions across its entire organization; the number of those ACT job cuts affecting its head office have not been stated. The company has stated that these (more…)
There have been more Scranton School District layoffs while the board continues to struggle to achieve financial solvency. The Scranton School District budget crisis has now claimed 51 employees as the school district fights against a multi-million-dollar deficit. The Scranton School District teachers were slated to be laid off following a unanimous vote at a (more…)
Montana Tech Declining Revenue May Lead to Job Cuts Montana Tech, of the University of Montana, finds itself staring down a $3.0-million budget shortfall as enrollment at the university declines by nearly 10%. Montana Tech layoffs in 2018 are therefore being discussed as a possible remedy to these budget woes. The Montana Tech budget deficit (more…)
Budget Struggles Could Lead to Wareham School Layoffs The Wareham School Committee voted near unanimously for a $29.4-million budget for 2018-2019. The budget marks an increase of $1.0 million, or 3.6%, compared to the year earlier. However, Wareham School layoffs now seem likely, as the budget will be unable to address increasing costs year over year. (more…)
Dozens of Scranton School District Layoffs Due to Budget Cuts Scranton School District layoffs are pegged to hit 89 following a heated budget meeting. The meeting involved yelling and insults as the district struggled to find a way to balance its budget, with the ultimate result being the near-100 layoffs if the current budget plan (more…)
Everest University layoffs mount, with 212 employees losing their jobs at its office in Tampa Bay. The cuts will be initiated on January 8, 2018.