Suburban businesses plan to lay off 558 workers
Four suburban companies are expected to cut 558 workers in the upcoming months, according to state documents.
The cutbacks were listed in the monthly state Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, or WARN, reports that were recently released. Businesses file WARN reports to give the state notice of layoffs.
The suburban cuts are among 946 layoffs that will occur across the state.
Suburban companies on the report include:
• Allstate Print Communication Center said it is closing its office at 1600 S. Wolf Road in Wheeling. The company, which prints marketing and customer brochures for the insurance firm, said it will lay off 220 workers through the end of the year.
• NTN Bearing Corporation of America in Des Plaines reported it will lay off 36 workers through August. The company will close its offices at 31 E. Oakton St. and 76 E. Bradrock Drive.
• Siemens Medical Solutions advanced therapies division will cut 104 workers when it closes its offices at 2501 N. Barrington Road in Hoffman Estates. The cuts will be made through next spring.
• Food service contractor Aramark at 3003 W. 103rd St., Naperville, reported it lost a contract and is laying off 198 workers by the end of the month.