Kimball International plans to eliminate between 75 and 100 jobs by midyear from its headquarters in Jasper.
Company spokesman Martin Vaught says the job cuts will reach as high as the level of a vice president and include management, human resources, information technology and engineering positions.
Kimball International, which makes furniture and electronics, announced several weeks ago that it planned to cut about 150 positions worldwide.
The company has about 4,000 employees at its headquarters in the southern Indiana city.
Friday, March 21, 2008
Kimball to cut jobs in Jasper
Kimball International will cut jobs at its Jasper headquarters, according to this story: