The Anthem Institute has filed WARN notices that it will be terminating operations at all four of its New Jersey locations, including Cherry Hill, Jersey City, North Brunswick and Parsippany.In total, 163 jobs will be affected.
Anthem Institute provides post-secondary education in health care and technical fields.
According to information filed with the New Jersey Department of Labor, the affected jobs include adjunct professors and administrative staff at all locations. The WARN information submitted to the Department of Labor by the company cites “termination of operations,” with “financial difficulties” as the reason.
The filing comes after Anthem announced it will be closing other campuses, including ones in Minnesota, Missouri and Wisconsin.
Anthem Institute is a division of Anthem Education and comprises five locations in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Anthem issued a WARN notice for its Springfield, Pennsylvania, location, as well.
Anthem’s layoffs are scheduled to take effect September 15.
A representative for the Institute declined to comment.
The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification, or WARN, Act, which was enacted in 1988, requires most businesses with 100 or more employees to provide a notification in advance of 60 days involving any mass layoffs.
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