Joe Donnelly tried to find a way to get them to stay.
Naysayers of Donald Trump are livid over the president-elect's involvement in keeping about 800 Carrier jobs in IN instead of allowing more than 1,000 to move out of the country.
Hayes praised these attributes in Mexican workers mere days of announcing the cancellation of a plan to move more than a thousand jobs to the Mexican state of Nuevo León, after reaching an agreement with Donald Trump and Vice President-elect Mike Pence to keep operations in IN, at least for now.
Asked about the impact of Trump's victory on West Michigan's economy, Klohs said it's too early to tell.
"Before we get to this spring, I promise you, we are going to cut taxes across the board for working families, small businesses and family farms", Pence said blocks from the White House. That means almost 400 workers are still going to lose their jobs.
Trump's first effort at deal-making is being slammed by critics as unsustainable, costly and a unsafe invitation to other companies to threaten outsourcing for sweetheart tax breaks.
United Technologies is still planning to lay off more than 1,000 workers next year, despite the agreement with Trump, which included tax breaks from the state of Indiana. Carrier, meanwhile, agreed to invest $16 million in its in operation.
Three hundred Carrier jobs are still slated to be sent to Mexico, NBC News reported.
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The Trump International Hotel has come under scrutiny by government ethics experts who worry that foreign governments, special interest groups and others will book rooms and events there to curry favor with the president-elect.
The Trump transition team did not respond to a request for comment about the jobs still moving to Mexico.
President-elect Donald Trump's effort to save 800 jobs at a Carrier plant in IN makes life hard for economic development agencies, according to Birgit Klohs, president and CEO of The Right Place Inc.
Moreover, he did say that the Trump-Carrier move was "a good deal for UTC", adding that the president-elect did not issue any threats regarding the plant's future.
But the union leader wasn't the one who caught the tweet in the first place - Jones owns a flip phone. One voice asked: What kind of auto do you drive? "I mean we're in the same union, a half a block away from Carrier", Alumbaugh said.
He wasn't sure how these people found his number. Bribe giant corporations to keep jobs in America. "Things along those lines".
"I never thought I made that promise". "So I take it with a grain of salt and I don't put a lot of faith in that and I'm not concerned about it and I'm not getting anybody involved". This time, he was warning US companies not to make the "very expensive mistake" of relocating their production overseas.