After the shades of gray involved in age discrimination and ERISA interference claims, the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN Act) provides some comfortingly black and white requirements. Generally, the WARN Act requires many employers to give advance notice of significant workforce reductions to their employees and others. This requirement is intended to protect employees, their families, and communities by giving employees a transition period in which they can adjust to losing their jobs, obtain other work, or pursue training for other work.Read More...
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