XEROX's ACS IS LAYING OF 93 EMPLOYEES IN ATLANTA

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XEROX's ACS IS LAYING OF 93 EMPLOYEES IN ATLANTA

 user 2010-09-29 at 7:55:26 am Views: 44
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    http://www.ajc.com/business/texas-company-lays-off-606502.html
    XEROX’s ACS IS LAYING OF 93 EMPLOYEES IN ATLANTA
    Affiliated
    Computer Services, known as ACS, a Xerox company, announced the layoffs
    in a filing on Friday with the state Labor Department.ACS spokesman Ken
    Ericson said in an e-mail the layoffs are the result of a contract
    ending.”While ACS continues to grow its operations, it is sometimes
    necessary to scale back,” he wrote.According to the filing, the
    employees and other remote workers within the state are expected to lose
    their jobs on or around Nov. 1. Those affected support the Georgia
    Health Partnership at the ACS Government Healthcare Solutions facility
    at 365 Northridge Drive in Atlanta.

    The laid-off employees
    performed customer service and claims adjudication work and will receive
    outplacement services, Ericson said. About 40 people will
    remain.According to the ACS website, the Atlanta office serves both
    state and county agencies and commercial clients. It provides services
    dealing with child support payments, airport parking operations,
    automatic fare collection systems, claims processing, human resources
    management, accounting services, lease administration, data entry and
    mailroom services.In the United States, the company also has operations
    in Texas, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and Utah. The company is not scaling
    back in any of its other locations, Ericson said.