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U.S. Employment Restructuring Report Q2 2013

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The employment Restructuring Report is compiled by Kelly Services. It provides a timely review of economic, labour and hiring conditions in the relevant markets, with a detailed focus on the most …

The employment Restructuring Report is compiled by Kelly Services. It provides a timely review of economic, labour and hiring conditions in the relevant markets, with a detailed focus on the most recent data regarding mass layoffs and restructuring. The report is compiled utilising publicly available data from official, private and not-for-profit organisations. published on a quarterly basis, the employment Restructuring Report is available in separate editions for the United States and the European Union.


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  • Hi Chester, thanks for stopping by. It's hard to always draw the line on cause and effect with the data, but there's definitely movement out there...
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  • On slide 5 it's interesting to note how layoffs change the structure of the economy, I feel like this time it really moved manufacturing jobs away and killed many real estate jobs. Which I like, we need people to be in more productive fields!
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  • 1. employment restructuring report u n i t e d s tat e s e d i t i o n 2013 2
  • 2. contents 2 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 Summary p/3 01 US labor market trends p/4 02 US regional labor trends p/7 03 Most heavily impacted sectors p/9 04 US labor market outlook p/12 05 Major announced US job layoffs p/13 About this report p/22 METHODOLOGY NOTES: The Employment Restructuring Report is compiled by Kelly Services using publicly available data from official, private and non-profit organizations. It aims to provide a summary of the leading factors contributing to labor and hiring conditions in the relevant markets, with a special focus on up-to-date layoffs and job creation statistics. US mass layoffs P/5 US job openings P/6 Announced US job layoffs by region P/8 Announced US job layoffs by industry sector P/10 US job openings by industry sector P/11 graphs DISCLAIMER: This information is provided with the understanding that it is not guaranteed to be correct or complete and conclusions drawn from such information are the sole responsibility of the user. Attempts have been made to ensure that this data or documentation is accurate and reliable; Kelly Services does not assume liability for any damages caused by inaccuracies in this data or documentation. Kelly Services makes no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, completeness, or utility of this information, nor does the fact of distribution constitute a warranty.
  • 3. summary home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report ➔ Conditions in the US labor market, and the economy more broadly, have continued to improve over the early part of 2013, with the economic recovery maintaining its momentum. The jobs picture continues to show modest improvement, with claims for unemployment benefits moving steadily lower and the unemployment rate also holding at a lower level than a year ago. The impact of the across- the-board spending cuts has largely been absorbed, while the expansionary policy 3 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 of the Federal Reserve has cushioned any immediate fallout, and helped to sustain the green shoots emerging across several key sectors of the economy. In particular, a revival in housing prices, higher durable goods orders and improved consumer confidence all confirm that the recovery is on track, although still lacking the robustness of recent economic upturns. Real GDP grew by a respectable 2.4% annually in the first quarter, although this was a little below expectations. The number of layoffs dropped in the first quarter to approximately 339,000, with the real bright spot being the big fall in manufacturing layoffs, which were at an historical low. The unemployment rate remained at 7.5%, largely unchanged on recent months but down from 8.1% a year earlier. Much attention has been focused on when the Federal Reserve will scale back its monetary expansion, which has been the main driver behind the recovery thus far. While the Fed has signalled that the end might be not too far off, it’s worth remembering that the Fed’s own target is an unemployment rate of 6.5%. That rate of unemployment is still some way off and will require further substantial economic strength. And with inflation at around only 1% annually, there is no immediate hurry for the Fed to withdraw its helping hand. There are still obstacles to global recovery, with Europe deep in recession and China’s growth softening, so it is likely that US central bank will allow a little more steam to build before it turns off the stimulus tap, suggesting that the current growth trajectory will be maintained. it is likely that US central bank will allow a little more steam to build before it turns off the stimulus tap, suggesting that the current growth trajectory will be maintained.
  • 4. home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report ➔ The total number of initial claims from mass layoffs totalled 339,200 in the first quarter of 2013, a substantial decline from almost 550,000 in the last quarter of 2012. Improved activity across a range of industries helped produce a better jobs market, as evidenced by the latest GDP figures that highlighted the positive contributions from private inventory investment, exports and personal consumption. 01US labor market trends 4 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013  Broadly, the jobs market is making progress but it is fluctuating month-by- month, and is still at a pace that does not reflect a fully fledged recovery. The number of job openings stood at 3.84 million across the US at the end of March. This continues the pattern of steady improvement since the depth of the economic downturn in 2009, but the recovery in jobs has flattened somewhat since late 2011. The Bureau of Labor Statistics makes the point that in seasonally adjusted terms, the level of job openings has scarcely changed over the course of the year up to the end of March. Manufacturing has had a sound performance but some of the more recent indicators show the sector to be softening. The unemployment rate stood at 7.5%, a level that has remained stable over recent months. Total non-farm payroll employment is up by slightly more than 1.9 million over the course of the year.
  • 5. US mass layoffs (Q2 2006 to Q1 2013) 5 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 1,000,000 2011/Q4 2012/Q1 2012/Q2 2012/Q3 2012/Q4 2013/Q1 2011/Q3 2011/Q2 2011/Q1 2010/Q4 2010/Q3 2010/Q2 2010/Q1 2009/Q4 2009/Q3 2009/Q2 2009/Q1 2008/Q4 2008/Q3 2008/Q2 2008/Q1 2007/Q4 2007/Q3 2007/Q2 2007/Q1 2006/Q4 2006/Q3 2006/Q2 200000 400000 2013/Q12012/Q42012/Q32012/Q22012/Q12011/Q42011/Q32011/Q22011/Q12010/Q42010/Q32010/Q22010/Q12009/Q42009/Q32009/Q22009/Q12008/Q42008/Q32008/Q22008/Q12007/Q42007/Q32007/Q22007/Q12006/Q42006/Q32006/Q2 Much attention has been focused on when the Federal Reserve will scale back its monetary expansion, which has been the main driver behind the recovery thus far.
  • 6. 6 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report US JOB openings (SEPT 2009 to MAR 2013) Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics 0 500000 1000000 March 2013February 2013January 2013December 2012November 2012October 2012September 2012August 2012July 2012June 2012May 2012April 2012March 2012February 2012January 2012December 2011November 2011October 2011September 2011August 2011July 2011June 2011May 2011April 2011March 2011February 2011January 2011December 2010November 2010October 2010September 2010August 2010July 2010June 2010May 2010April 2010March 2010February 2010January 2010December 2009November 2009October 2009September 2009 0 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 2,500,000 3,000,000 3,500,000 4,000,000 December2011 November2011 October2011 September2011 August2011 July2011 June2011 May2011 April2011 March2011 February2011 January2011 March2012 February2012 January2012 June2012 May2012 April2012 September2012 August2012 July2012 December2012 November2012 October2012 March2013 February2013 January2013 December2010 November2010 October2010 September2010 August2010 July2010 June2010 May2010 April2010 March2010 February2010 January2010 December2009 November2009 October2009 September2009 Broadly, the jobs market is making progress but it is fluctuating month-by- month, and is still at a pace that does not reflect a fully fledged recovery.
  • 7. home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report 02US regional labor trends 7 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 ➔ Across the major census regions of the US, the largest number of layoffs was in the South, with approximately 105,000 positions disappearing. It is noticeable that among the four major regions, the South has experienced a slower rate of improvement than elsewhere. While there is a degree of volatility in the quarterly results, there has been a pattern of steadily improving conditions in the Northeast, Midwest and West. Only the Northeast experienced a decline in layoff claims over the course of the year.
  • 8. 8 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 announced job layoffs by US region (Q3 2010 to Q1 2013) home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report 0 WestMidwestSouthNortheast 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 WestMidwestSouthNortheast Q3 2011 Q4 2011 Q2 2011 Q1 2011 Q3 2010 Q4 2010 Q1 2012 Q2 2012 Q3 2012 Q4 2012 Q1 2013 It is noticeable that among the four major regions, the South has experienced a slower rate of improvement than elsewhere. Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • 9. 03most heavily impacted sectors 9 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report ➔ The manufacturing sector experienced a particularly strong performance in the March quarter, with the number of layoff claims falling from around 161,000 to slightly over 100,000 This is a very buoyant result, but at the same time, the manufacturing sector is delivering some mixed messages. In contrast to the jobs data, two recent sets of purchasing-manager’s data suggest a noticeable softening toward the end of the quarter. There were also significant declines in unemployment claims in construction, accommodation and food services, and transportation and warehousing. Job openings changed little over the course of the year across most industries and regions. Over the year, openings were higher in construction, government, leisure and hospitality, and trade, transportation and utilities. Openings were lower in education and health services, professional business services, and manufacturing. Across the economy, private sector job openings stood at 3.45 million at the end of March, a figure virtually unchanged from a year earlier.
  • 10. 10 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 announced US job layoffs by industry sector – NON-FARM (Q2 2012 to Q1 2013) home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics 0 Real estateEducational servicesFinance and insuranceMiningArts, entertainment and recreationWholesale tradeHealthcare and social assistanceInformationProfessional and technical servicesGovernmentRetail tradeTransportation and warehousingAccommodation and food servicesConstructionAdministrative and waste servicesManufacturing 0 40,000 80,000 120,000 160,000 200,000 Realestate Educationalservices Financeandinsurance Mining Arts,entertainment andrecreation Wholesaletrade Healthcareand socialassistance Information Professionaland technicalservices Government Retailtrade Transportation andwarehousing Accommodation andfoodservices Construction Administrative andwasteservices Manufacturing Q2 2012 Q3 2012 Q4 2012 Q1 2013 Openings were lower in education and health services, professional business services, and manufacturing.
  • 11. 11 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report US job opening by industry sector (June 2011 to March 2013) J 0 100,000 200,000 300,000 400,000 500,000 600,000 700,000 800,000 M D S J M D S J Construction Manufacturing Government Leisureand Hospitality Professional BusinessServices Trade,Transportation andUtilities Educationand HealthServices June 2011 Sept 2011 March 2012 June 2012 Sept 2012 Dec 2012 March 2013 Dec 2011 Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics Over the year, openings were higher in construction, government, leisure and hospitality, and trade, transportation and utilities.
  • 12. 04US labor market outlook 12 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report ➔ The recovery in the labor market is progressing, but at a lackluster rate. The broader economy is still advancing at a pace lower than the trend and slower than many had expected. Real GDP is expected to increase marginally over the course of the year at a rate that will not significantly eat into the level of unemployment. Indeed it is possible that unemployment could worsen somewhat as many discouraged job seekers return to the market. The real problem is that the global economy is still in a fragile state, with the EU still in a quagmire, Japan making a modest contribution after decades of stagnation, and the US doing the heavy lifting in terms of its contribution to global growth. China is on a long-term growth path, but it too is seeing manufacturing a little weaker according to latest data. On the positive side, consumer spending is holding up well in spite of the automatic spending cuts, and home starts and home prices are displaying long-awaited gains. The US business sector is also showing remarkable resilience as earnings, on the whole, are meeting or exceeding targets. The need for continued monetary stimulus via bond sales and low interest rates would seem apparent, but the latest soundings from the Federal Reserve have raised the prospect that its quantitative easing program may end in the not-too-distant future. Monetary stimulus is now being cranked up in Japan and this may be the wild card that re-shapes the global balance. The world’s third biggest economy has scarcely been a blip on the economic radar for more than a decade. A fresh mindset regarding the need to re-inflate the economy and make the Yen competitive is now in full swing, as reflected in a surge in equities. The eurozone banking and credit situation is never far from the surface but there is a firm resolve by the European Central Bank to do its utmost to avoid further setbacks. The forward indicators of purchasing managers suggest weak business activity, and consumer confidence is soft across the eurozone . The best estimates suggest that growth in the US will improve modestly. At some point over coming months, it seems that the Fed will judge that the costs of quantitative easing outweigh the benefits, and then the economy will be truly under its own steam.
  • 13. home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report 05major announced US job layoffs JAN to MAR 2013 13 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 3M Company 300 Manufacturing January A.M. Castle & Co 180 Wholesale January Abbott Vascular 450 Manufacturing February Acciona West Branch Iowa 40 Manufacturing March Acme Bus Corp 165 Transport and Logistics March Activision 30 Media, Arts and Entertainment February Activision Publishing 30 Media, Arts and Entertainment February Acxiom Corp 50 Technology February Advance Publications Inc 60 Media, Arts and Entertainment January Affinion Group Holdings, Franklin 50 Business Services February Affymax Inc 230 Health and Medical March Akron General Health System 132 Health and Medical February Albemarle Health 39 Health and Medical March Alon Refinery, CA 62 Mining, Resources and Energy January Alpha Natural Resources 1,200 Mining, Resources and Energy January Alstom 80 Manufacturing March American Esoteric Labs 65 Health and Medical January American Express AMEX 5,400 Banking, Finance and Insurance January Amgen Inc 157 Health and Medical January Anchorage School District 200 Education February Archer & Greiner 42 Law March AstraZeneca 2,300 Health and Medical March AT&T Call Center, Greensboro ,NC 66 Telecommunications January Athenahealth Inc 36 Health and Medical January ATK 150 Aerospace and Defense March Atmel Corp 140 Technology January Austin Packaging Company 125 Manufacturing March Awrey Bakeries 200 Manufacturing February BAE Systems 300 Aerospace and Defense January Bank of America, Rancho Cordova 57 Banking, Finance and Insurance March Bank of America, Simi Valley 51 Banking, Finance and Insurance January Organization Total (approx) Industry Month
  • 14. home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report 05 14 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 Barclays, NY 275 Banking, Finance and Insurance February Bentley World Packaging 97 Manufacturing January Best Buy 400 Retail February BHP Billiton, Navajo Mine 100 Mining, Resources and Energy January Bibb County School, GA 50 Education February Bi-Lo, Mauldin, SC 130 Retail March BioFuel Energy 40 Mining, Resources and Energy February Blackbaud Inc 150 Technology January BlackRock Inc 300 Banking, Finance and Insurance March Blockbuster Video Stores 3,000 Media, Arts and Entertainment January Bloomfield Public Schools, NJ 98 Education March Boca Raton Bridge Hotel 96 Recreation and Tourism March Boeing 2,000 Aviation March Boeing, El Paso 160 Aviation January Boston Scientific 1,000 Health and Medical January Bowling Green State University 100 Education January Brillion Iron Works 60 Manufacturing March Brookstone, Inc 75 Retail January BuzzMedia 50 Media, Arts and Entertainment February Caesars Windsor 38 Recreation and Tourism March California Redwood Company 45 Manufacturing January Campbell Soup Co. Sacramento 290 Manufacturing January Caradigm 40 Health and Medical March Cardinal Health Inc. 180 Health and Medical January Cargill Lansing Salt Mine, NY 130 Mining, Resources and Energy March Caterpillar Inc. S. Milwaukee 300 Manufacturing March Catholic Archdiocese Chicago 70 Community February Cemex, West Palm Beach, FL 79 Construction January Chase Home Mortgage, Florence 550 Banking, Finance and Insurance March Cincinnati Public School District Ohio 70 Education March Cirque du Soleil 400 Media, Arts and Entertainment January Organization Total (approx) Industry Month
  • 15. home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report 05 15 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 Cisco 500 Technology March Citigroup, West Sacramento  181 Banking, Finance and Insurance February ClearEdge Power, South Windsor 170 Manufacturing March Clifton Springs Hospital, NY 58 Health and Medical January Coca Cola Amatil 750 Manufacturing March Codemasters 80 Media, Arts and Entertainment January Compuware 160 Technology March Contech Castings, Auburn 100 Manufacturing February Continental Maritime 185 Maritime March Credit Suisse NYC 94 Banking, Finance and Insurance March Crossroads Systems Inc 30 Technology March Cummins Marine 50 Manufacturing March Daimler Trucks Unit 2,100 Manufacturing January Dartmouth Hitchcock Keene Hospital 34 Health and Medical January Delaware Hospice 52 Health and Medical January Delgado Community College 46 Education January Delhaize America 500 Retail February Demmer Corporation 90 Manufacturing February Deufol Inc, Indiana 82 Manufacturing March Dignity Health and Sutter Health 118 Health and Medical February Dominion Mine No. 36, VA 90 Mining, Resources and Energy February DreamWorks Animation 350 Media, Arts and Entertainment February DynCorp 150 Government February Eagle Industries 300 Manufacturing March East Whittier Schools 60 Education February Eaton Corporation Horseheads, NY 33 Manufacturing March Energizer Holdings, Maryville, MO 290 Manufacturing February Energizer, Asheboro, NC 100 Manufacturing January Entertainment, Troy, MI 400 Business Services March Express Scripts 332 Health and Medical January First California Bank 55 Banking, Finance and Insurance March Organization Total (approx) Industry Month
  • 16. Flying Food Group LLC 68 Manufacturing February Forrester Research 30 Business Services February Foxwoods Resort Casino 50 Recreation and Tourism March Franklin Memorial Hospital, Maine 40 Health and Medical February Freeman Bus Corporation, NY 152 Transport and Logistics March FreightCar America Inc, Illinois 254 Transport and Logistics March Frontier Airlines 700 Aviation February GameFly 35 Media, Arts and Entertainment March GE Appliance Park 500 Manufacturing February General Dynamics, Mayport, FL 65 Manufacturing March General Dynamics, Anniston, AL 139 Aerospace and Defense January General Electric Co. 103 Manufacturing March Gerber Fremont, MI 44 Manufacturing January Gerdau Steel 31 Manufacturing January Giant Eagle 75 Retail February GM Flint Michigan 104 Manufacturing March Golden Gate Bridge 38 Transport and Logistics March Goodfellow Brothers, Maui 100 Construction February Goodyear, Danville 41 Manufacturing January Grand Rapids Home Veterans 144 Health and Medical January Grand Rapids Schools, MI 200 Education February Green Mountain Coffee Roasters 74 Manufacturing March Group Commerce 31 Business Services January Halliburton Duncan 130 Manufacturing January Hanford Nuclear Reservation 250 Mining, Resources and Energy March Harman International Industries 500 Manufacturing February Hasbro 550 Manufacturing January Hatteras and CABO Yachts, NC 40 Manufacturing January Hatteras Yachts, NC 105 Manufacturing January Haunch of Venison 40 Media, Arts and Entertainment February Hawaii’s Schofield Barracks 100 Maritime February home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report 05 16 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 Organization Total (approx) Industry Month
  • 17. Heinz Idaho Plant 80 Manufacturing February Hemlock Semiconductor 400 Manufacturing March Homeward Residential Inc 325 Banking, Finance and Insurance February Hoover, El Paso Texas 151 Manufacturing February Hudson City Savings Bank 384 Banking, Finance and Insurance February Hudson Valley Community College, NY 30 Education January Hutchinson Technology Inc. 150 Manufacturing February Idaho National Laboratory 101 Research and Development March Imation Corp 200 Technology February International Paper, Augusta 75 Manufacturing January International Veneer Company, VA 100 Manufacturing January Isle of Wight Schools 65 Education March ITT Exelis, Roanoke County 70 Aerospace and Defense March Jackson County School District, Oregon 66 Government February JCPenney 300 Retail February JCPenney 1,500 Retail March Journal Register 230 Media, Arts and Entertainment February JP Morgan Chase Bank 121 Banking, Finance and Insurance January Kaiser Permanente Hawaii 47 Health and Medical January Knight Capital Group 75 Banking, Finance and Insurance February LA County Courts 511 Government March Lakeside Hospital NY 120 Health and Medical February LCA-Vision Inc. 31 Health and Medical January Leap Wireless International Inc 120 Technology January Lender Processing Services 37 Technology March Letterkenny Army Depot 244 Defense January Libbey Inc, Shreveport Louisiana 200 Retail February Lockheed Martin 234 Aerospace and Defense March Lockheed Martin Fort Worth 68 Aerospace and Defense February Logitech International 140 Technology March Lufthansa Maintenance Unit 650 Aviation January home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report 05 17 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 Organization Total (approx) Industry Month
  • 18. Lynda com 45 Education March McLaren Bay Region Hospital 30 Health and Medical February MDT Personnel Clearwater 48 Business Services February Mercury Insurance Group, Latham, NY 65 Banking, Finance and Insurance February Meredith Corp 60 Media, Arts and Entertainment January Milan Army Ammunition Plant 30 Defense February Mondelez Global LLC 100 Manufacturing January Morgan Stanley 1,600 Banking, Finance and Insurance January Motorola Mobility 1,200 Telecommunications March MVP Health Care 68 Health and Medical January National Beef Packing Co. 433 Manufacturing February National Real Estate Information Service 215 Business Services January Nestle USA, Jonesboro Plant 70 Manufacturing January New York Thruway Authority 234 Transport and Logistics January Newark Public Schools 100 Education March NewPage Corp 300 Manufacturing February Norfolk Schools 108 Education February Northern Southern Roanoke, VA 140 Transport and Logistics February Northrop Grumman 65 Aerospace and Defense February Oerlikon Fairfield 150 Manufacturing February Orbitz Worldwide 70 Recreation and Tourism February Owens Community College 30 Education March Ozarks Blood Center 39 Health and Medical March Pasco County School District, FL 100 Education March Payless, Topeka, KS 45 Retail January Pentagon 46,000 Defense January Perry Hotel 138 Recreation and Tourism February Philadelphia Housing Authority 82 Government March Pioneer 800 Media, Arts and Entertainment February Pitney Bowes Indiana 137 Retail March Plantronics, Santa Cruz, CA 41 Manufacturing January home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report 05 18 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 Organization Total (approx) Industry Month
  • 19. Pocono Mountain School District, PA 37 Education March Portola Packaging Inc. IL 76 Manufacturing March Precision Fabrics Group Inc 30 Manufacturing March ProQuest 40 Technology January PVH Corp 900 Manufacturing March Raytheon Co 200 Aerospace and Defense March Red River Army Depot, TX 400 Aerospace and Defense January Reuters 3,000 Banking, Finance and Insurance January Rhodes Bake-N-Serv 49 Manufacturing January RMT Inc 30 Construction January Rock Island Arsenal 175 Aerospace and Defense March Rosetta Stone 70 Technology March Russell Athletic #9 Mill, Alex City, AL 180 Manufacturing January Sabreliner Corporation 50 Manufacturing March Saint Agnes Medical Center 75 Health and Medical January Saint Thomas Health 38 Health and Medical March Saks Galleria Dallas 123 Retail February Sensient Technologies Corp 125 Manufacturing February Siemens 1,400 Telecommunications March Smith & Nephew Orthopedics 100 Health and Medical February Sodexo Inc 93 Business Services March Solgar Inc 300 Health and Medical March Solomon Corp 33 Manufacturing January South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control 45 Government January St Louis Public Schools 134 Education February St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children 46 Health and Medical March St. Rose Dominican Hospitals 100 Health and Medical January Standard Insurance Co 100 Banking, Finance and Insurance January Star-Ledger, Newark, NJ 34 Media, Arts and Entertainment January State Street Corp 630 Banking, Finance and Insurance January home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report 05 19 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 Organization Total (approx) Industry Month
  • 20. Stefanini Inc. 107 Business Services February StumbleUpon 35 Technology January Summa Health System 54 Health and Medical January Supervalu Inc. 1,100 Retail March Supervalu Inc. 117 Retail January Syracuse schools NY 97 Education March TE Connectivity, Middletown, PA 70 Telecommunications February TE Connectivity, Tullahoma 33 Manufacturing February Tellabs 300 Telecommunications February Tellico Services Inc 85 Manufacturing March Tendril Networks Inc. 59 Services January The Dow Corning Corp 500 Manufacturing January The Scooter Store 1,800 Retail March The Scooter Store 150 Retail February The Washington Post 40 Media, Arts and Entertainment February Thomas Reuters 2,500 Banking, Finance and Insurance February Time Inc 500 Media, Arts and Entertainment January TIMET 77 Mining, Resources and Energy February Tippett Studios 40 Media, Arts and Entertainment March T-Mobile 300 Telecommunications March Tobyhanna Army Depot 418 Aerospace and Defense March Twin Rivers Unified School, CA 101 Education March UBS 35 Banking, Finance and Insurance March Umatilla Chemical Agent Disposal Facility 117 Aerospace and Defense March Umicore Optical Materials 34 Manufacturing January United Airlines 472 Aviation January United Space Alliance 111 Aerospace and Defense January United Technologies Corp 350 Aerospace and Defense January United Technologies Corp. 3,000 Aerospace and Defense February URS Corp Maryland 31 Construction January UTC Aerospace, Windsor Locks 71 Aerospace and Defense January home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report 05 20 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 Organization Total (approx) Industry Month
  • 21. Veolia Transportation 78 Transport and Logistics January Verizon, NJ 201 Telecommunications January Vette Thermal 84 Manufacturing February Visiting Nurse Association of Texas 400 Health and Medical January Vitalité Health Network, CA 400 Health and Medical February VMware 900 Technology January Vostu 50 Media, Arts and Entertainment March Walker Manufacturing, VA 30 Manufacturing February Walt Disney Video Game Division 50 Media, Arts and Entertainment January Washington Township Health Care 200 Health and Medical January Westinghouse Electric Co. 665 Manufacturing February Wet Seal Inc 35 Retail February Windsor School District, CA 40 Education March WPS Wisconsin Health Insurance 451 Health and Medical January Zynga 30 Media, Arts and Entertainment February home contents summary 01 US Labor market trends 02 US regional labor trends 03 most heavily impacted sectors 04 US labor market outlook 05 major announced US job layoffs about this report 05 21 | Employment Restructuring Report | united states edition Q2 2013 Organization Total (approx) Industry Month Source information: Details of announced job losses are derived from a range of publicly available business information and news services including dailyjobcuts.com, Forbes, Reuters, Associated Press, and localized media across the U.S.
  • 22. About the Author Todd Wheatland, VP Thought Leadership With 15 years experience in the human resources and workforce consulting space, Todd has overall responsibility for thought leadership at Kelly Services. He has degrees in Commerce (Economics/Marketing) from UWA and Communication from Curtin University. Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/wheatland Twitter: www.twitter.com/toddwheatland About this Report The Employment Restructuring Report is compiled by Kelly Services. It provides a timely review of economic, labor and hiring conditions in the relevant markets, with a detailed focus on the most recent data regarding mass layoffs and restructuring. The report is compiled utilizing publicly available data from official, private and not-for-profit organizations. Published on a quarterly basis, the Employment Restructuring Report is available in separate editions for the United States and the European Union. About Kelly Services® Kelly Services, Inc. (NASDAQ: KELYA, KELYB) is a leader in providing workforce solutions. Kelly® offers a comprehensive array of outsourcing and consulting services as well as world-class staffing on a temporary, temporary-to-hire, and direct-hire basis. Serving clients around the globe, Kelly provides employment to more than 560,000 employees annually. Revenue in 2012 was $5.5 billion. Visit kellyservices.com and connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Download The Talent Project, a free iPad app by Kelly Services. To Receive this Report This report is available to registered subscribers at www.kellyocg.com A Kelly Services Report All trademarks are property of their respective owners. © 2013 Kelly Services, Inc. kellyservices.com