For the last six months, Miami-Dade County’s fire union and the mayor’s office have been slinging mud and insults at each other over a budget shortfall that threatened 59 jobs and three fire rescue trucks.
Bank of America has notified the state of Florida it plans to lay off more than 150 people at the company’s Sunrise mortgage center.
Florida Power & Light’s (FPL) Turkey Point Nuclear Plant, which is run by Bechtel Power Corp., will be the site of 277 layoffs.
ATI Career Training Centers notified Florida officials Thursday that it plans to lay off 178 employees across South Florida.
Last month, American Airlines angered airline union leaders when it announced more than 1,500 employees would be laid off by the end of the year. These leaders will join AA employees and area voters at the airport to discuss the outsourcing of security-conscious jobs.
More than 150 transportation and warehousing workers at Miami International Airport will lose their jobs in a matter of weeks.
American Airlines has been fighting to stay alive in bankruptcy court, but its latest move will put a serious dent in the Miami economy and likely not curry any good will for the company in South Florida.
The NHL lockout is a little more than 48 hours old, but has already started claiming victims with the Florida Panthers organization.
About one-third of Bank Atlantic’s employees will lose their jobs as early as October.
Broward Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie presented his first budget last week, aiming to fix a school system plagued by budget cutbacks, teacher layoffs and scandal.