Berliner Cohen (California): Essential Elements of a Cal-WARN Act Letter and Notice to the State

FIRST PUBLISHED ON 04.02.20 – The COVID-19 pandemic has shuttered businesses and as a result many California employers are currently in a position where they are forced to lay off their workforce.  Even though Governor Newsom issued an executive order on March 17, 2020 in attempt to relieve employers of the 60 day notice requirement, employers conducting a “mass layoff” as defined by the Cal-WARN Act (Worker Adjustment and Retraining Act Notice) are still required to provide a letter with specific elements to affected employees; and provide notice to the State and Local field offices.  If you are unsure if the Cal-WARN Act or Federal WARN Act applies to your business, please contact an attorney. MORE.

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