Thread regarding Cisco Systems Inc. layoffs

Too many sh--posts without factual backing

there haven't been WARN notice posted recently which means no layoffs within the next 30 days

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Post ID: @IRtbk6o

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So OP.. You were saying?

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Post ID: @IRtbk6o-9uji

yes, the OP is is an fking idiot... he doesn't know how to read the columns... I bet he works for cisco...

This most recent one.

04/26/2016 04/27/2016 04/29/2016 Cisco Systems, Inc. San Jose 83 Layoff Permanent

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Post ID: @IRtbk6o-1wim

Cisco typically files WARN 1-3 days preceding the effective date.

ex: filed: 07/21/2015 effective: 07/22/2015 192 Employees in San Jose Status: Layoff Permanent

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Post ID: @IRtbk6o-1wsc

This 60 day issue has been discussed many times -see #warn or https://www.thelayoff.com/h/warn

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Post ID: @IRtbk6o-1aic

Looks like the California Warn notice would apply to Ciscos' layoffs See URL below:

https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/tools-and-samples/hr-qa/pages/californiawarnnotices.aspx

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Post ID: @IRtbk6o-xhc

WARN is required in CA if a company employs over a certain number of employees. Numbers aren't published on their site until layoff has been announced. Numbers published would reflect only those laid off in CA.

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Post ID: @IRtbk6o-pab

Don't need WARN if they pay 60 days severance.

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