AT&Ts wireless subsidiary, AT&T Mobility Services LLC, is planning to lay off about 60 employees in Schaumburg, Ill. by late next month, Illinois Daily Herald reported, citing documents filed with the state.
AT&T spokesman Marty Richter said the company plans to consolidate call centers in Illinois but is not closing the facility in Schaumburg.
The affected employees reportedly work in the call center assisting AT&T Mobility customers with questions.
However, most affected union workers will have the option to work at other call centers in Springfield and Rantoul, Ill., or receive a severance based on their labor agreement, according to the newspaper.
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