INDIANAPOLIS - Metaldyne/AAM Driveline in Fremont is eligible to apply for benefits and services through the Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program.
TAA is administered by the U.S. Department of Labor through the Indiana Department of Workforce Development (DWD). TAA assists workers who have lost their jobs due to foreign trade, and anyone affected can seek help at their local WorkOne center.
Any worker laid off from Metaldyne on or after October 27, 2019, or any worker scheduled to be laid off before November 17, 2022 may be eligible to apply for TAA benefits.
Many benefits are time sensitive. Workers have up to 26 weeks from their certification date, or 26 weeks from their separation date (whichever is later) to enroll in training to receive income support benefits.
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