Reduction In Workforce And WARN Act
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Under the Worker Adjustment Retraining and Notification (WARN) Act, businesses are required to give employees 60 days advanced written notice of a worksite closing or mass reduction in workforce. If your company is preparing for large-scale layoffs or a reduction in workforce, Approved Dispute Resolution is here to help. Regardless of your industry, our legal team can provide you with the experienced and trusted legal counsel you need to ensure your business is operating in compliance with the WARN Act and any other local, state or federal employment laws.
From reviewing employee contracts on a case-by-case basis to drafting all necessary documents, we can assist you throughout every phase of the process. Not only does this make the transition easier on your employees, but it provides you with legal protection. In fact, many states like California, Illinois, Iowa, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio and Wisconsin provide workers with enhanced protection beyond what is outlined in the Federal WARN Act.
Wherever your business is located, it is important to work with an experienced workplace law firm, so you have a complete understanding of what is required of your company under the law. As with all of our services, reduction in workforce legal services are handled with the utmost confidentiality and professionalism.
If your business is facing a lawsuit for violation of the WARN Act, Approved Dispute Resolution is here to help. Whether it is a single individual or class action lawsuit, our experienced and knowledgeable attorneys and legal team will provide you with the finest representation available. As a national workplace law firm, we are available to lend our legal expertise to businesses throughout the United States, including the hospitality industry and a broad spectrum of other industries. Between federal and local provisions, understanding the WARN Act and how it applies to your business and your particular reduction in workforce situation can be confusing. Trust in the experienced legal professionals at Approved Dispute Resolution to assist you. We are available to review your case, discuss your options, and, if needed, provide exceptional legal representation in a court of law.