STATEHOUSE - Rep. David Yarde (R-Garrett) applauds Busche Enterprise Division’s jobs announcement made today in Albion. The announcement came as a result of Indiana’s Right to Work law which was passed this legislative session.
“This is a welcome announcement to Northeast Indiana,” said Rep. Yarde. “Passing Right to Work was major in making Indiana a more attractive state for job creation and this announcement points to that becoming Right to Work has boosted job creation and attracted more jobs for Hoosiers.”
The announcement comes as a result of Indiana becoming a Right to Work state which states that an employee cannot be forced to join or financially support a union in order to get a job or keep a job. This past legislative session, Indiana became the 23rd Right to Work state, and the first state in the industrial Midwest to become a Right to Work state. Indiana is the first Right to Work state in the nation that does not have a Right to Work state on its borders.
“In these hard economic times, bringing jobs to Hoosiers was our number one priority this session and the main reason for becoming a Right to Work state,” said Rep. Yarde. “It is always great news when jobs come to Indiana and job creation remains our number one priority. I am hopeful this will be the first of many job announcements made all over our state.”
Busche Enterprise Division is a specialized machining operation company which focuses on high volume production work catering to the automotive industry. The company was created in 1997.