Twenty people have applied for the buyout by this week’s deadline, the Company informed the Guild Thursday.
We have no details yet on names or departments, and the Company has not yet provided details on when people who applied may hear if their application is accepted.
“The Company was content to lay people off, but we fought to get a voluntary buyout first,” Guild President Tim O’Brien said. “This will mean 20 fewer people get laid off.”
The union will share further details when they are available.