Johnson Control is adding 96 positions
A Greenfield plant will be hiring more workers due to a pick-up in orders. Johnson Controls says it will add 96 jobs at its Greenfield factory by mid-summer.
The company wants to make a $6 million expansion and add a second work shift. Johnson closed the doors of its Greenfield facility two years ago, but recently re-opened and started adding positions as its business orders for vehicle seats picked up.