FOREST CITY, Iowa – Winnebago Industries is confirming it has eliminated a small number of positions at its Forest City plant.
The company says what it calls a “limited staff reduction” happened at the end of July and involved fewer than 35 employees working within the motorhome division. Winnebago says it “routinely” makes these sort of workforce adjustments to respond to current needs and to “enhance future growth and performance.”
Winnebago Industries says it usually employs between 2,600 and 2,700 people at its Forest City location, which it more than half of the company’s total workforce.
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