ANDOVER, Kan. (KSNW) – The Machinists Union tells KSN News that 24 people will be without a job at the Sherwin Williams Manufacturing Facility in Andover.
The employees were given a two-week notice.
“The news came unexpected,” said Tyson Kelly, district 70 business representative. “It is a substantial layoff for the size of facility that Sherwin-Williams operates in Andover. It’s a big disappointment.”
Friday, Jan. 31, will be the last day for those who are affected by the layoff.
For those looking for extra assistance during the transition The United Way of the Plains will provide help for those in-need.
“We want to be there to be able and help when things really get tight for them and it gets into a serious situation when they’re looking at maybe their rent payment or their mortgage payment or their utilities,” said President and CEO at United Way of the Plains, Patrick J. Hanrahan.
You can receive extra help by filling out the 2-1-1 information sheet online. That can connect you to a wide range of resources and services across the community. https://211kansas.bowmansystems.com/
Call the United Way of the Plains at (316)- 267-1321 and ask to be directed to a 2-1-1 professional analyst.
Or email http://www.unitedwayplains.org/ with any following questions.
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