GE announced plans earlier this month to lay off 160 workers from its Bloomington plant.
More than 200 employees at Camp Atterbury in Edinburgh will lose their jobs.
GE officials say demand for its side-by-side refrigerators has fallen by more than 30 percent since 2010, leading to a need for layoffs.
Most of Eli Lilly's employees will not be eligible for pay increases until 2015.
Eli Lilly officials say the cuts come as it loses Cymbalta and Evista brands, which made up about 20 percent of Lilly‘s global corporate revenue in 2012.
The district has seen enrollment decline by about 200 students in the past five years.
Hostess Brands announced Friday it is going out of business after strikers did not return to work Thursday.
Uncertain global economy and fear of decreased demand for products is causing Cummins to reduce its workforce.
Monroe County Community School Corporation officials say they'll be able to avoid the layoffs that other corporations are forecasting for this year.
Bloomington staff and programs have moved to the USDA’s Bloomfield office.