Crowne Plaza closing restaurant and letting go of 70 employees
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SECAUCUS – The Crowne Plaza in Secaucus, a 304-room hotel located by the Hackensack River, is closing its restaurant and laying off 70 employees, according to a news report in The Record.

A company identified as La Plaza filed a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) notice with the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development last week and listed the Crowne Plaza address according to the news report.

The filing also listed closing the restaurant as the reason for terminating 70 restaurant workers, effective Dec. 12.

General Manager Bernie Mendoza could not be reached for comment.

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HenriettaDwyer
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October 25, 2012
Welcome to the new employment/unemployment normal. I'm a bit curious, I would like to ask the fired workers how it feels to join the new OBAMA economy? I'm unemployed too, I have an MBA and I cannot find a good job. It will be much harder for these guys to get another job when you consider the major slowdown which has hit consumer spending across the board. Given the state of our jobs and economy I see Obama as a great equal opportunity destroyer of all jobs, not just the good ones. That's why he needs to be fired in November! The only job Obama is trying so desperately to save is HIS OWN!