Former Prime Tanning workers to get help

2 December 2009

Workers who lost their jobs at the Prime tanning plant in Hartland, Maine have been told that they are eligible to apply for special federal assistance.

US political representative, Mike Michaud says Prime Tanning company workers can apply for Trade Adjustment Assistance, which provides workers with skill assessments, training and job search assistance.
The assistance will be available because the Department of Labor determined that the Prime Tanning workers lost their jobs as a result of increased imports of articles like those produced by their company.

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