Joe Biden’s economy is crushing American businesses and forcing them to fire a massive number of employees.
Only moments ago, it was announced that Amazon would lay off 10,000 workers.
The highly censored Facebook (META), whose CEO interfered in our 2020 elections, plans to lay off an astounding 11,000+ employees.
Twitter’s Elon Musk has slashed 50% of its mostly radical, far-left workforce.
But the mass firing of 2,700 employees by a major furniture company only two days before Thanksgiving Day is one of the most heartless firing stories to date. While they were sleeping, employees of United Furniture Industries reported receiving texts and emails that told them not to come to work the following day.
According to the New York Post – The mass firing on Tuesday by United Furniture Industries, which makes budget-friendly sofas and recliners for Simmons Upholstery, left thousands of employees, including truck drivers and factory workers in North Carolina, Mississippi, and California, unemployed just two days before Thanksgiving.
“At the instruction of the board of directors … we regret to inform you that due to unforeseen business circumstances, the company has been forced to make the difficult decision to terminate the employment of all its employees, effective immediately, on Nov. 21,” the company said in messages to employees.
“With the exception of over-the-road drivers that are out on delivery. Your layoff from the company is expected to be permanent, and all benefits will be terminated immediately without provision of COBRA.”
A laid-off worker told the publication, “It’s not fair to the laborers who seriously worked so hard to be blindsided like this. It’s not fair to the mom who just had a baby to wonder if she even has health insurance to cover it. It’s not fair to the cancer patient in the midst of chemo about how to pay for her treatments.”
On Wednesday, a former employee in Mississippi, Toria Neal, filed a lawsuit against UFI, alleging that the company violated federal law by failing to give 60 days’ notice before dissolving the operations.