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Furniture manufacturer fires its 2,700 workers by texts and emails while they were ASLEEP


A Mississippi-based company that had become one of the largest furniture businesses in the country laid off nearly its entire workforce two days before Thanksgiving.

Approximately 2,700 workers, most of whom live in northeast Mississippi, with others in North Carolina and California, lost their jobs Monday. 

Shortly after the heartbreaking announcement, one driver who was out on a delivery was arrested by cops in Mississippi and accused of attempting to remove furniture from his truck.  

United Furniture Industries sent a memo via email and text to workers late Monday night informing them not to report to their shifts Tuesday. The layoffs come as economic experts predict a recession to hit in 2023. 

The memo said the layoffs were made at the ‘At the instruction of the board of directors … we regret to inform you that due to unforeseen business circumstances, the company has been forced to make the difficult decision to terminate the employment of all its employees, effective…



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