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United Airlines plans Rochester job cuts; bakery plant closing, idling 92

United Airlines plans Rochester job cuts; bakery plant closing, idling 92

Rochester, NY -- Two area businesses are advising the state of layoff plans.

United Airlines has informed the state labor department it plans to layoff 40 workers at the Greater Rochester International Airport in October. According to the formal notice, the work done by the customer service and ramp operations workers will be provided by an outside vendor.

Meanwhile, a company that makes bakery products -- Rich's Products -- has told the state it is closing its plant on White Street in October, affecting 92 jobs.

Elsewhere on the job front, Premiere Credit of North America,  a leading national accounts receivable management company is adding 50 jobs at its Batavia call center. Premiere Credit will be hiring Managers and Collection Specialists. The company says the Mill Street location started with 50 employees in March 2012 and will employ nearly 200 people after this expansion is complete.

 

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