Notification period under WARN


WARN requires that notice must be timed to reach the required parties at least 60 days before a closing or layoff. When the individual employment separations for a closing or layoff occur on more than one day, the notices are due to the representatives, State dislocated worker unit and local government at least 60 days before each separation. If the workers are not represented, each worker's notice is due at least 60 days before that worker's separation. However the exceptions to 60-day notice are for a faltering company (covers situations where a company has sought new capital or business in order to stay open and where giving notice would ruin the opportunity to get the new capital or business, and applies only to plant closings); unforeseeable business circumstances (applies to closings and layoffs that are caused by business circumstances that were not reasonably foreseeable at the time notice would otherwise have been required); and Natural disaster (applies where a closing or layoff is the direct result of a natural disaster, such as a flood, earthquake, drought or storm). .





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