Thread regarding Oracle Corp. layoffs

Did Oracle violate WARN?

I know some states have WARN policies, if we live in those states are we able to sue?

by
| 2059 views | | 6 replies (last )
Post ID: @OP+1i2Sz5Ap

6 replies (most recent on top)

On 60 Days WARN notice:

Try this hashtgag here on thelayoff

#SixtyDaysNotice

There is a plenty of stuff there on the topic

by
|
Post ID: @1vjw+1i2Sz5Ap

"Oracle has a large, experienced legal team, and they run layoffs every year, sometimes multiple of them. My guess is they didn't slip up on something this basic."

Except they did. I was called early in the day that I was RIFed. It took a whole 8.5 hours to get that DocuSign over to me.

I have never met a company so un-eager to let people go. Usually companies can't wait to cut folks loose fast enough and move on.

by
|
Post ID: @apn+1i2Sz5Ap

"Did Oracle violate WARN?"

No but my manager violated my b*tthole during my 1-on-1 with him on Monday.

by
|
Post ID: @sqe+1i2Sz5Ap

You can sue but you need to decide which is better: the Oracle severance package or the minimal package dictated by WARN policies. Most likely, Oracle severance is better but you will need to research based on your regional laws.

by
|
Post ID: @mvq+1i2Sz5Ap

Oracle has a large, experienced legal team, and they run layoffs every year, sometimes multiple of them. My guess is they didn't slip up on something this basic.

by
|
Post ID: @sbq+1i2Sz5Ap

WARN is a federal act. And typically large companies have their lawyers check every action to ride ride up against the guidelines without going over. In a large company, you can ditch surprisingly large numbers of people every 90 days and still stay under WARN requirements. Especially when pulling from different locations.

by
|
Post ID: @mhc+1i2Sz5Ap

Post a reply

: