UPDATE: La Workforce Commission’s Rapid Response team to have a downsizing meeting for affected workers

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UPDATE: MONROE, La. – (11/21/19) According to Century Marketing Solutions (CMS), the La Workforce Commission’s Rapid Response team will hold a meeting for the workers affected by the CMS downsizing.

Rapid Response is an early intervention outplacement service offered to workers affected by major layoffs and plant closings.

The goal of the program is to transition workers into reemployment as quickly as possible. Rapid Response orientation sessions are conducted to introduce workers to the re-employment, retraining and support services to which they are entitled.

Workers facing layoff are encouraged to attend scheduled sessions, to ensure awareness of the full array of benefits.

The event will be held Tuesday November 26, 2019 at 2:00 PM at the Ouachita Business & Career Solutions Center, 24 Accent Drive Suite 151.

For more information, contact LeBrone Robinson at 318-362-5187 or lrobinson2@lwc.la.gov.


ORIGINAL STORY: MONROE, La. – (11/20/19) Century Link affiliate Century Marketing Solutions made an official announcement that they are downsizing employees.

According to the release, 30 employees will lose their jobs.

The official statement can be read below:

Century Marketing Solutions is an affiliate of CenturyLink primarily providing printing and mailing services.

Over the last several years, marketing communication has shifted to more digital tactics than print materials.

After careful consideration, we have decided to downsize the Century Marketing Solutions operations.

Approximately 30 employees will be affected.  Their last day of work will be November 22.

Mark Molzen
Global Issues Manager, Transformation, Legal
Corporate Communications
CenturyLink

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