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Tyson Foods Closes Iowa Plant, Plans On Hiring 52,000 NYC Migrants

Tyson Foods has closed a pork processing plant in Perry, Iowa, resulting in 1,200 jobs lost. It is not clear how many of these employees were American citizens or recent migrants. However, Tyson is actively recruiting from the New York City migrant population to fill another 52,000 open jobs in Tennessee.

Bloomberg News reported that Tyson uses a database of these migrants to narrow down critical data about the individuals they’d like to hire. Migrants are given lawyers, childcare, and other benefits from Tyson as part of the onboarding process. The food giant’s decision has offended many Americans, including people who were recently fired from the Perry, Iowa pork plant.

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Tyson closes Perry, Iowa plant, putting 1,200 out of work

April 3 job fair planned for Tyson workers at closing Perry plant

Refugee family in Perry at risk of losing everything with Tyson plant closing

Tyson Foods pork plant in Iowa to close for good | Fox Business

Effects of the Tyson plant closure on the hog industry – KIWA Radio

Tyson Foods BOYCOTTED as it sacks 1,300 staff at Iowa pork plant and offers ‘job-and-lawyer’ packages in bid to hire 42,000 asylum seekers in New York | Daily Mail Online

Tyson Foods Faces Boycott After Report Claims Company Hires Migrants

Tyson Foods planning to hire over 40,000 asylum seekers, migrants | Fox Business

Tyson plant closing will have ripple effect across community, Perry mayor says – YouTube

Tyson Uses Migrants to Fill Unpleasant Jobs – YouTube

Tyson Foods to hire 52,000 migrants after massive layoffs in Iowa – YouTube

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