Lorman Education Services, 2510 Alpine Road, is laying off 42 employees.If this is Wisconsin moving in the "right direction," I would rather be wrong and have jobs being created.
The move is “due to changing business circumstances,” according to filings with the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development.
The permanent layoffs are expected to be completed on Oct. 6. Employees were notified Aug. 6.
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
As Wisconsinites were glued to their TVs and computer monitors, Scott Walker's agenda continued to have it's predictable and predicted results, with another 42 jobs lost: