Chicago Rush University Workers Vote Out Teamsters Union
30 maintenance workers from Rush University in Chicago recently voted against the Teamsters Local 743 with a not-so-surprising majority.
The state of Mississippi does a great job of supporting business growth. In fact, Kimberly-Clark is expanding in Corinth for the second time in a year. Meanwhile, Fusion Furniture is expanding in New Albany and Idaho Forest Group is locating in Lumberton. Altogether, these three businesses will create nearly 300 new jobs all across the state. As a result, this will give many new opportunities to Mississippians. So read on to find out what people are saying about the plans of each business!
“Kimberly-Clark’s decision to expand for a second time in Corinth in just one year is a true testament to public-private partnerships that are [helping meet] companies’ needs so they achieve long-term growth and success in our state. […] Their dedication to building stronger communities through job creation once again pays off for Alcorn County as dozens of new jobs come online for the local workforce through Kimberly-Clark’s expansion.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
“This new facility will support the continued growth of Fusion and the strong customer demand for our product. Initially, we plan to add over 125 jobs, and [the] facility will operate up to six stationary upholstery lines.” […]
“The continued growth of Northeast Mississippi’s furniture manufacturing industry positions the region as a top location for furniture production, with thousands of Mississippians making quality furniture for industry leaders like Fusion Furniture.AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
“Mississippi is a top state for companies […] that need access to an abundance of timberland and an optimal transportation network[…]
“MDA is proud to partner with Idaho Forest Group as the company brings so many new jobs to South Mississippi. We thank the teams at the Area Development Partnership, the Lamar County Board of Supervisors and the city of Lumberton for their hard work in bringing this project to realization.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
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Three businesses are investing in Right to Work Virginia, and they are Prolam, Nestlé Purina PetCare, and Kristi Corporation.
Companies that are investing soon in Right to Work South Carolina include XIFIN, Masonite International, and Sterlite Technologies.