Hagemeyer Distribution Center in Auburn near Hwy. 316 is closing and laying off 100 employees. The firm filed its notice of closure with the Georgia Department of Labor in October.
In recent weeks, staff with the Northeast Georgia Regional Development Center and Lanier Tech have been working with the firm to offer retraining and to explain the process of unemployment benefits to employees.
Hagemeyer North America, Inc. is a distributor of products and services focusing on business-to-business markets in electrical materials, safety products, and industrial products and services throughout North America, according to the firm’s website. It has several locations in the Metro Atlanta area and is headquartered in Charleston, S.C. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sonepar, headquartered in Paris, France.
Why can't they all become self-ordained preachers. They need no schooling, just a following of people with unquestionable faith (Lemmons). That, I hear, is very lucrative and a great tax write off! Perhaps they'll drive their cadillacs with their pink hair and Rolex watches while they beg for your prayers and rip little old ladies off of their Social Security checks. Sounds like a GREATtransitional employment opportunity. NO EDUCATION NEEDED _ just wave a Bible around and learn enough scriptures to make themselves sound like they know what they're talking about!