Maryland state labor officials say two employers are warning of layoffs that could affect about 380 workers.
Gov. Martin O’Malley is asking General Electric to help stabilize the financial arrangement that helped build RG Steel in order to prevent layoffs at the company’s Sparrows Point steel plant in Maryland.
The developer of a uranium enrichment project in southern Ohio said about 450 workers in Ohio, Tennessee and Maryland might be laid off.
Unilever says it will close its Good Humor-Breyers ice cream plant in Hagerstown in August 2013.
Omni Corp. is laying off nearly 100 workers who maintain the National Emergency Training Center in Emmitsburg.
Legg Mason Inc. says it plans to lay off an additional 35 workers at its Owings Mills facility.
Lockheed Martin has announced a voluntary layoff program for about 6,500 U.S.-based employees.
A Talbot County official says 28 employees at an Allen Family Foods processing plant in Cordova have been laid off.
Layoffs are expected to begin Friday for Allen Family Foods employees at a Cordova processing plant.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital says some 160 clerical associates will lose their jobs as it makes the transition to an electronic medical support system.
General Dynamics plans to close an Aberdeen office this summer and layoff as many as 52 employees.
State officials say Superfresh is warning of hundreds of layoffs if the grocer cannot sell nearly all of its stores in Maryland and they have to close.