(LAGRANGE) – Two organizations will be hosting activities Tuesday for workers who are being displaced at Dometic in LaGrange.
Northeast Indiana Works and the Indiana Department of Workforce Development will be conducting the rapid response sessions on site for the remaining 173 workers at Dometic Corporation, which recently announced it was moving their production line to Mexico. Because the layoffs appear to be the result of foreign trade, Dometic workers may be eligible for Trade Adjustment Assistance, which provides resources including income support and in certain circumstances reimbursement for costs associated with job searches and relocations.
Participating in the Dometic sessions are the LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation and the Impact Institute, which will provide information about High School Equivalency (HSE) preparation and exams and adult education classes.
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