Affected positions are primarily in the company's Service Operations business unit, company spokesman
According to the company's notice to the state, the layoffs will begin on
Sahagun said the company notified employees in the Plantation facility in
Last November, the
About 600 positions would be relocated, the paper reported.
Sahagun said Tuesday that employees were notified nearly a year in advance so they would "have as much time as possible to consider their options."
About 140 employees will remain at the Plantation location, Sahagun said.
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