Thread regarding 7-Eleven, Inc. layoffs

Did 7E violate rules by not filing WARN?

A quick Google search will show this stands for Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Notice where companies with over 100 employees have to file with the state to give employees 60 days notice. It varies by state but wasn't sure if 7E violated any rules there?

Also if you google WARN Above they have a publicly viewable file that shows companies that have files and WILL be doing layoffs soon. It's just sitting there

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Then why isn't 7-eleven on that list?

Use this link and go to warn notices. Or if you think this is a malicious link just Google Texas warn

https://www.twc.texas.gov/businesses/worker-adjustment-and-retraining-notification-warn-notices

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Post ID: @ldlv+1i3uGr0v

I don't see that file that shows companies that have files and will be doing layoffs soon. What section is it under? Or can you provide a link, please?

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Post ID: @1zub+1i3uGr0v

That is why those left should expect more in about 6 to 8 months

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Post ID: @oqp+1i3uGr0v

It doesn't vary by state, this is a federal law. You have to layoff a very large number of people all from the same site to have to file WARN. Legal and HR always make sure that reductions stay within the guidelines of not having to notify unless there is really no choice.

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