Sony Digital Audio Disc Corporation manufactures CDs, UMDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray discs. The company has plants all around the globe. Its first plant, which is located in Terre Haute, Indiana, was opened on May 2, 1983. On January 17, 2018, the Indiana Department of Workforce Development received a WARN notification from Sony DADC. According to that letter, the company will soon make changes to its Terre Haute facility.

The letter explains that the company maintains a facility at 1800 North Fruitridge Avenue in Terre Haute. The company will soon be outsourcing the music and video manufacturing currently performed at that facility. The company expects that roughly 375 workers in the Terre Haute facility will be separated from employment as a result. The first terminations are expected to take place on March 23, 2018 with additional terminations being carried out through August 2018.

The company expects the terminations to be permanent. The impacted employees do not have bumping right. The full WARN notification can be found here.

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