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What information do you get with a WARN notice?

Information in a WARN Notice

WARN is the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act which is administered by the ETA or Employment and Training Administration in most cases. This act covers certain types of employees including hourly workers, salaried workers, supervisors and managers. The basic provisions of the act require employers to provide at least 60 day notice in the event of workforce.....

WARN Notice Service

Federal laws, rules and regulations under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) are complex and must be implemented correctly. Protect your business and your employees. If your business is facing a layoff or a shutdown, rely on our expertise to make sure WARN notices are issued appropriately and on time.....

WARN Provides Visibility

The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act or WARN became law on August 4, 1988, and went into effect on February 4, 1989. The purpose of this law is to provide protections for workers and their families, as well as communities that may be affected by mass layoffs and a plant closing. A worker is to receive notice from their employer at least 60 days prior to any action.....

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As a company, we also believe strongly in the concept of corporate responsibility. We support charitable donations and encourage our employees to take part. Staying connected to the community and supporting those less fortunate is a key part of remaining a responsible and trustworthy business. Those customers receiving our services need to know we are a company that they can count on to keep their best interests at heart.

Receiving a WARN notice, which tells employees of a pending layoff or company reorganization, can be a frightening occurrence for an employee, especially one trying to support a family. We offer resources and assistance to individuals who may be facing a layoff, in order to help them better prepare for this event. As a company, we strive to provide as much information as possible to employees who may receive WARN notices and work to ensure that they receive these notices in a timely manner, in order to better foster awareness and preparedness. We believe that employees who receive information in advance of a layoff or adjustment are better prepared to deal with the consequences of that layoff.

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