Dozens of employees of a Whitestown Manufacturing facility were out of a job on Friday.
ASI, Ltd. company officials announced that all of its employees jobs would be terminated three days before Christmas, but the employees didnt find out until the day after Christmas.
"Regretfully, ASI, Ltd. is no longer profitable and is winding down the business," a letter to employees stated.
ASI employees made windows for major downtown Indianapolis projects including Lucas Oil Stadium, the JW Marriott hotel and the new public library on Meridian Street, RTV6's Stacia Matthews
ASI moved its operation to Whitestown Industrial Park in 2008, where the building enclosure specialists have manufactured curtain walls for buildings and skyscrapers across the country.
The company was even showcased on the Boone County Economic Development website.
Officials said at least 250 workers were let go from the company.
Typically when a business folds, it notifies the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, but the office had not received a notification by close of business Friday.
One employee said he received his last paycheck, but it did not include overtime pay.
Workers can file a complaint about unresolved wage issues with the Department of Labor, officials said.
In the letter, ASI company officials said they will provide workers with information about how to obtain their personal items, including any tools that were left on the premises.
If those issues remain unresolved, workers can file a complaint with the attorney general's office.
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