there haven't been WARN notice posted recently which means no layoffs within the next 30 days
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So OP.. You were saying?
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
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
This 60 day issue has been discussed many times -see #warn or https://www.thelayoff.com/h/warn
Looks like the California Warn notice would apply to Ciscos' layoffs See URL below:
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.
Don't need WARN if they pay 60 days severance.