Thirty employees who work in Columbia for eInstruction Corp., a maker of digital interactive whiteboards for schools, have been offered the chance to relocate to the company's new headquarters in Scottsdale, Ariz., a company spokeswoman said Wednesday.
The classroom technology company is consolidating its employees in Arizona from offices it is shuttering in Denton, Texas and Columbia, Md. The Columbia employees work in marketing, sales, operations and support for domestic and international sales.
The Columbia employees have until June 30 to decide whether they will move. Employees who choose not to go will leave the company and be given a severance payment, according to spokeswoman Eileen Shihadeh. Shihadeh said the company is consolidating its offices to save money and streamline communications and operations between its various departments. Gus.email@example.com Twitter.com/gussent
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