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Atrion recruiting workers at 38 Studios

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A SIGN POSTED Friday on the door of video game developer 38 Studios LLC refers to founder Curt Schilling. Laid off workers were cleaning out their work spaces a day after it was revealed that the company had laid off the entire staff.
Posted 5/25/12

PROVIDENCE – At least one Rhode Island company is trying to find a landing place for laid off 38 Studios workers.

A recruiter from Atrion Networking Corp. of Warwick is talking to former employees of Curt Schilling’s collapsing video game company as they arrive with cardboard boxes at its Empire Street headquarters Friday morning to collect possessions and discuss severance.

Asked whether she had received much interest, Atrion Talent Recruiting Associate Attracta Pryor said “a few” of the former 38 Studios employees had spoken with her.

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