CLEVELAND — Five Ohio companies announced layoffs or furloughs this week.
ABM, Inc. in Cleveland, which handles parking for Hertz, had its contract canceled with the company. The lost contract will result in 67 employees losing their jobs on Oct. 4, the company said in a letter to the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services.
In other Cleveland business news, Ruth's Steak House, run by RCSH Operations, will shutter on Sept. 27, leaving 47 Northeast Ohioans without jobs. The company said the closure is the result of COVID-19.
Here are all of the Ohio companies which announced layoffs or furloughs this week.
LAZ Parking Midwest in Cleveland — 2 employees
LAZ Parking Midwest in Columbus — 2 employees
RCSH Operations in Cleveland — 47 employees
Aramark Sinclair Community College in Dayton — 63 employees
ABM, Inc. in Cleveland — 67 employees
Hilton Management in Columbus — 42 employees
To see each company's letter of notification filed with the Ohio government, visit the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services website.