DOVER, N.H. (AP) – In addition to layoffs that will affect its employees in Dover and Durham, N.H., Goss International also plans two-week unpaid leaves for employees.

The international printing press maker said this week that it plans to eliminate 200 to 250 jobs nationwide by the end of March.

Meanwhile, Foster’s Daily Democrat reports the company also told workers in a memo on Friday that all employees in the United States will be put on two-week unpaid furlough.

The paper says it obtained a company memo that says the furloughs will be staggered across the company.

Goss International has about 1,000 employees in New Hampshire.

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