Greta Slams Company That's Outsourcing 1,400 Workers' Jobs to Mexico
In her "Off The Record" commentary tonight, Greta Van Susteren reacted to a video that shows hundreds of Indiana workers being told by a company representative that their jobs will be moved to Mexico.
Carrier Corp. announced this week that it will close down a plant in Indianapolis in favor of opening a facility in Mexico.
The move by the heating and cooling company will mean that 1,400 of its employees will lose their jobs over the next three years.
Greta slammed Carrier and the representative who told the workers that their plant being closed was "a business decision."
She pointed out that Carrier's parent company, United Technologies, made $6.2 billion in profit in 2014.
She said the reason that Carrier is moving the plant is either greed or lousy management.
"They didn't manage the company, so now they are laying off the ones who were doing their jobs, the workers," Greta said.
"It's disgraceful. If I need a new air conditioner, it is not going to be an Air Carrier. That's for sure."
Watch Greta's "Off The Record" commentary above and see the footage of the employees learning the news below.