Mass Layoffs/Plant Closings
With the coronavirus (COVID-19) affecting employers worldwide, XpertHR offers many tools and resources to help California employers ensure that their response to the coronavirus complies with applicable state and local laws.
XpertHR offers many tools and resources to help New York employers ensure that their response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak complies with applicable state and local laws.
Employers should follow these tips when dealing with temporary layoffs during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
XpertHR has added a new 50-State Chart that summarizes mini-WARN laws that may place additional requirements on employers considering a plant closing, mass layoff or relocation.
Numerous legislative changes take effect on or about July 1, affecting minimum wage rates, discrimination, workplace safety, paid leave and more. HR should take note of these legal developments and take appropriate steps to comply.
Employers confronting the need for mass layoffs and furloughs as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic can use this guidance to determine whether the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act applies to those layoffs.
Editor's Choice: HR guidance on downsizing efforts and mass layoffs/plant closings, the typical reasons to close a plant, common HR considerations in the course of a plant closing and planning for post-plant closing risk by complying with federal and state law.
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