Comcast will reportedly lay off more than 200 people at its St. Paul location as it moves jobs out of state. By mid-December, the media company plans to close its local onboarding and channel support departments, which take phone calls from new and existing customers, according to a notice Comcast filed Tuesday with the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development. The company will also eliminate order entry support staff in its sales and marketing department, the notice said. As many as 235 employees could be affected, according to a Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal report. Eligible employees will be offered different jobs at the same location, while others may be able to transfer elsewhere, Comcast said in its letter to state officials. Employees who don’t take other jobs within the company will be laid off by Dec. 14.
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