The Tennessee Department of Education is cutting back its administrative staff. More than 40 civil service positions are going away.
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The auto auction company Manheim has completed layoffs after merging two facilities in the Nashville area. According to data submitted to the state, Manheim laid off 127 people from its long-time offices on Lebanon Pike.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta is trimming its Nashville office to only a barebones staff. Cash counting will move to the regional office.
One of the largest workplaces in northwest Tennessee is shutting its doors. Officials with Goodyear Tire and Rubber today announced plans to close the company’s plant in Union City. Nearly 2-thousand people work there.
Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen calls the cuts “unfortunate, but necessary” to keep the state solvent.
Two GM suppliers have plans to shut down in November, leaving more than 600 people without work in Maury County.
The lead contractor working at Arnold Air Force Base in Tullahoma is cutting 132 employees from its payrolls.
Governor Phil Bredesen says the state will no longer be able to put off some of the cuts he had hoped to avoid with his planned budget. That’s after the state’s budget gap widened last week, triggering possible furloughs and layoffs.