After Indy Rexnord Plant Layoffs, Two Friends Clash over Whether to Train Their Replacements

By Evan Henerson

The decision by Rexnord Corp. to shut down its Indianapolis industrial bearings plant and relocate to Mexico not only cost hundreds of union employees their jobs, it also drew the attention and Twitter wrath of President Trump who took credit for saving hundreds of manufacturing jobs at nearby Carrier.

For a different perspective on the Rexnord fallout, check out this video by the New York Times that shows the rift that developed between two longtime Rexnord workers and friends after they were asked to train their replacements.

 

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