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Marsh employees upset about lost jobs, insurance benefits

Posted at 10:20 PM, May 10, 2017

INDIANAPOLIS – Marsh employees are upset about not only losing their jobs but health coverage as well.

Those working at Marsh locations set to close in the coming weeks said they will not receive severance packages, and their insurance benefits will expire at midnight the day the store shuts its doors.

“There isn't anything decent or fair that Marsh is doing for their employees.  They don't care that is quite obvious,” said worker Connie Irwin.

Learn more about the future plans of Marsh employees in the video player above.


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