State Farm and Service Experts are laying off a combined 201 workers in Richardson.
The companies separately filed required notices that the Texas Workforce Commission released this week. The layoffs are effective in March.
State Farm has hired HCLTech to handle its information technology help desk. It notified 150 employees in Richardson that they would be laid off March 31.
“Many of these employees have been offered opportunities to join HCLTech in similar roles with similar work arrangements in their current locations supporting State Farm,” State Farm spokesman Chris Pilcic said in an email.
HCLTech, headquartered in Noida, India, is one of the world’s largest information technology services firms.
State Farm also filed layoff notices in Arizona and Illinois, affecting 637 other workers.
In its letter to the state, Service Experts said its layoffs affect 76 of its 87 employees in a support call center on Greenville Avenue.
The heating, air conditioning and plumbing firm said it’s reorganizing support center operations and moving work to individual service centers. Its job cuts take effect March 10.
On Monday, struggling big box retailer Bed Bath & Beyond told the TWC that it’s closing its Lewisville distribution center and eliminating 374 jobs. All employees are being terminated at the facility at 2900 South Valley Parkway, which is closing permanently, the New Jersey-based retailer said.