Upper Deck has filed a notice with the state of California indicating that 33 employees will be laid off early next year.
33 Upper Deck employees will be laid off January 11 according to papers filed with the state of California.
Positions ranging from web designer to licensing manager are affected according to a list provided by the company as part of a California state law governing layoffs. Notices are filed with the state Department of Workforce Development in an effort to assist affected employees in finding new jobs. Upper Deck submitted its declaration on November 17.
It’s not yet clear which, if any, layoffs are inside either the sports card division.
Sports Collectors Daily has learned that marketing positions are being eliminated along with a licensing manager, fulfillment manager, store manager, contracts coordinator, store manager, senior product manager, five associate game designers, two game designers, two information technology product managers and several other positions described as managerial.
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