Recap: Stellantis and Viking Group Choose Right to Work Indiana
Stellantis and Viking Group are both choosing to invest in Right to Work Indiana. The Right to Work state will allow them to create more jobs because they won’t have to be constrained by policies set in place by union bosses. In addition, their employees will have more freedoms than if they were in Forced Unionism states. Altogether, these two great companies will create 376 new Right to Work jobs.
Read on in order to learn more.
Stellantis is investing $155 million in order to upgrade three Right to Work Kokomo, Indiana locations and create 265 new jobs as a result.
“With more than 7,000 employees in Indiana, these investments will leverage the core manufacturing competencies of the local workforce in the areas of casting, machining and assembly, all of which will be needed even as the market transitions to an electrified future.” […]
“Industry innovators like Stellantis continue to choose Indiana for transformational projects because of our competitive business climate, manufacturing ecosystem and unparalleled infrastructure, in turn creating more opportunities for residents and communities across Indiana. We look forward to partnering with Stellantis to speed the global transition to electric vehicles and build the future of mobility right here in Indiana.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
Viking Group is adding a new manufacturing facility soon in Right to Work Richmond, Indiana, where they will also create 111 new jobs!
“We are excited to welcome [Viking Group] to Indiana, as they will create high-paying jobs and help advance Indiana’s flourishing manufacturing industry,. […] The state’s workforce and Hoosiers’ skill sets will benefit from their presence in the state.”AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE
To read the previous update on economic development in Right to Work Indiana, click here.