Local and state agencies continue to assist former employees of Indianapolis-based trucking company Celadon. It recently filed for bankruptcy and laid off nearly 4,000 people. WFYI’s Taylor Bennett spoke with EmployIndy COO Marie Mackintosh about an event Friday to help local workers with unemployment and job search assistance.
News • Public Affairs / December 18, 2019
Friday Event Will Connect Local Celadon Workers With Unemployment, Job Search Assistance
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