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GM, Lordstown Seating Issue WARN Notices

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – General Motors LLC and Lordstown Seating Systems have officially notified the state of Ohio that they plan to lay off nearly 1,600 workers at their plants here. GM announced last week that it will cease second shift operations at the Lordstown Complex effective June 18. In compliance with the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, Albert Cooper, personnel director at the Lordstown Complex, formally notified Gov. John Kasich in a letter dated April 13 of its

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