Worker adjustment and retraining notification act (WARN)
The 1989 law that requires employers with 100 or more full-time employees to give affected employees 60 days’ written notice of a plant or office closing or other mass layoffs, covers nonprofit businesses but not federal, state, and local governments. Also called the plant closing bill.
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