Chase Mortgage Banking Customer Assistance on E. Wisconsin closing, 135 to be laid off

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MILWAUKEE — Chase Mortgage Banking Customer Assistance, a business of JPMorgan Chase, will be closing as an operating group.

135 employees will be laid off from the facility located at 111 E. Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee.

The layoffs are expected to occur on or around March 26th.

The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) will work with the Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board to provide Rapid Response services to the affected workers.

The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) Dislocated Worker Program provides transition assistance to workers and companies affected by permanent worker layoffs. The Program’s local Rapid Response Teams help companies and worker representatives develop and implement a practical transition plan based on the size of the layoff event.

Types of services include:

  • Pre-layoff workshops on a variety of topics such as resume writing and interviewing, job search strategies, and budgeting
  • Provision of information about programs and resources through written materials and information sessions
  • Career and resource fairs.

Workers affected by permanent layoff may also access basic re-employment services at no charge through the state’s Job Centers. Some services, including training assistance, may be an option for some workers after enrolling in one or more of DWD’s workforce development programs.

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