I’ve looked at LA, CA, and TX WARN notices published through the end of November and do not see any WARN Notices...yet. These notices are required for “mass” layoffs 90 days prior to lay-off. If you have questions, please use Google.
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Depends I think. If the employees go with the assets, then no layoff per se.
@cqc is correct, the WARN Notice is given the day the layoffs occur and the laid off personnel get an additional 60 days pay. The WARN Act only requires a 60 days notice be given - NOT 90 day.
IT is going through their layoffs in 12-24 months... so it’ll be a little at a time?
Agile restructuring = layoffs in small enough numbers to avoid Warn.
In 2016 they did not submit any warn notices and instead chose to file them in April as they laid off staff. That staff then did get paid for another 90 days until June 2016.