IROQUOIS – Ross Video is restructuring its workforce which has impacted some local jobs.
The changes were announced to staff Monday.
When contacted by The Leader about the job losses, marketing vice president, Jennifer Markey issued the following statement:
Yesterday, Ross Video began a process of what will amount to a net overall change of about two per cent to its global workforce. Ross is redefining some positions, and making room for additional new hires to take advantage of new opportunities in the marketplace. Ross has a track record of 25 years of record growth and 2017 is expected to be a growth year as well.
Other than this statement, there was no further comment regarding any of the questions about the specific impact to employees at the Iroquois sites.
Ross Video’s manufacturing headquarters are located in Iroquois.
Ross Video designs, manufactures, markets and supports a wide range of innovative media and broadcast systems and products that enable customers to inform, entertain and inspire audiences.
Founded in 1974 by John Ross, his son David Ross is now Ross Video’s chief executive officer.
From 1991 to 2015 the company has grown from 25 to more than 600 employees.